The man behind TouringPlans.com says the website is now tracking mask compliance at Walt Disney World.
Brightline is said to be building train tunnels from South Florida to the Orlando International Airport, aiming to open in late 2022.
Walt Disney World will allow park hopping once again starting on Jan.1, 2021.
Entertainment giant Disney has announced it will increase capacity at its Florida parks to 35% while its California parks will remain closed until at least January 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Disney World visitor was charged with carrying a concealed firearm after bringing a gun to the park entrance.
Guests at Walt Disney World Resort got an extra dose of magic on Thursday when the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds performed a flyover at the parks.
The performer layoffs come weeks after The Walt Disney Co. announced it was eliminating 28,000 jobs in its parks division in California and Florida.
The refreshed look will complement the royal colors of Cinderella's Castle at the Magic Kingdom.
Zookeepers at Disney's Animal Kingdom welcomed an endangered white rhinoceros calf over the weekend -- and they say two more babies are also on the way.
Within the first hour of being born, the rhino calf was nursing, standing, and walking around near mom.
The Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is reportedly scheduled to open in 2021.
A guest at Walt Disney World brought an AR-15 rifle and a Sig Sauer 9 mm handgun on his vacation to the "Most Magical Place on Earth," telling deputies with the Orange County Sheriff's Office that he was concerned for his family's safety due to riots and civil unrest.
However, the union also announced that they have come to an agreement with Disney that there will be no permanent layoffs.
At least a quarter of the 28,000 layoffs planned for Disney's parks division will come from Florida, according to a letter the company filed with state and local officials last week.
This year marks 49 years since Walt Disney World opened to the public for the first time.
In another major sign of how COVID-19 has damaged Florida’s tourism industry, about 6,700 layoffs are expected to hit non-union workers at Walt Disney World starting Dec. 4.
Squeezed by limits on attendance at its theme parks and other restrictions due to the pandemic, The Walt Disney Co. said Tuesday it planned to lay off 28,000 workers in its parks division in California and Florida.
The theme park will be making changes from November.
Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon have been closed since March, despite other Disney World parks reopening.
In place of these events, Walt Disney World said that they will decorate the parks in festive décor between November 6th and December 30th.