Things will look and feel a lot different upon reopening, as new safety measures are in place and several changes around the parks have been made.
A spike in COVID-19 cases may be influencing people's travel plans, some analysts say. Orlando's tourism industry may have to rely on local residents for a rebound.
Cast members were allowed to visit Magic Kingdom on Tuesday, as the park tested safety measures ahead of its official reopening.
The ride will reportedly be set in 1966 New Orleans and will join Princess Tiana and Louis on a musical adventure, featuring music from the film.
The Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme parks will begin a phased reopening on July 11, with Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios reopening on July 15.
"Please continue to take care of yourself and your loved ones," Carnival wrote. "Your health and safety are important to us whether you're are on land or on one of our ships."
They also announced that Disney H2O Glow Nights, a nighttime event at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon, will also not take place for the remainder of 2020.
Several new safety measures will be in place when Universal Orlando reopens to the public on Friday. This will include virtual queues instead of lines and just a few people on rides at a time to assure social distancing.
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is officially open with new safety features.
Most of Florida's tourist attractions are seeing steep losses, but Visit Florida is trying to ramp up business, encouraging state residents to take a "staycation."
Medical marijuana is now for sale in Orlando's hottest tourist area, but that doesn't mean visitors to Central Florida can purchase at the MedMen dispensary. Florida does not have reciprocity for out-of-state medical marijuana recipients.
Dipping into the state’s Job Growth Grant Fund, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday awarded $3.9 million to Orlando Melbourne International Airport for water and sewer improvements needed to expand the facility.
Port Canaveral is a huge boost for Florida's tourism industry, generating nearly $4 billion and creating over 32,000 jobs.
The hotel is described by Universal as a "carefree escape that perfectly blends the cool, calm feeling of a beach retreat."
Visit Florida was forced to cut staff by one-third earlier this year and faces a shutdown date of July 1, 2020, unless the Legislature acts.
What do you get when you take already awesome bumper cars and put them on an ice rink?
The Orlando Citrus Parade is no more.
An annual parade along Ponce Inlet might not happen this year, because the county has not decided whether to issue a permit.
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration wants to boost spending next year on a controversial economic-development program, while tourism-marketing money wouldn’t increase, according to budget requests rolled out last week.