5 Walt Disney World Pandemic Changes That Are Actually Awesome

People wearing face masks to protect against the spread of the new coronavirus take a selfie together before they wait to enter Tokyo Disneyland in Urayasu, near Tokyo, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Tokyo Disneyland reopens for the first time in four months after suspending operations due to coronavirus concerns. (Kyodo News via AP)

It’s not exactly a controversial statement to say that a trip to Walt Disney World today isn’t quite like it used to be. In order to open safely, the theme parks have needed to change the way they operate in many ways. Several of the most popular attractions, like fireworks shows and parades, are entirely on hold. Others, like some of the most popular rides, are running, but they don’t work the same way. Though that’s not to say that everything is off at Disney World. In fact, some of the ways that the parks have found to provide guests with a Disney World experience under current conditions are pretty great.

We recently made a trip to the most magical place on Earth to see what Walt Disney World was like right now, and I have to say that for the most part, the magic was very much intact. I actually really enjoyed some of the ways things worked inside the park because of the pandemic. To be sure, there are trade offs everywhere, and everything new comes at the expense of something else, but each of these items has a charm or a value all their own. Here are five things happening at Walt Disney World right now because of the pandemic that are actually awesome.

1Some Attraction Lines Move A Lot Faster

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