Walt Disney World Resort is the most iconic and magical vacation destination globally, drawing millions of guests each year to immerse themselves in a world of enchantment and wonder. With its vast array of theme parks, resort hotels, entertainment, and dining options, Disney World offers an exciting and magical experience for guests of all ages.
Due to Walt Disney World Resort being a popular tourist location, Disney has a list of rules they enforce before allowing guests to enter into the parks. Disney World is home to four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each park sees thousands of guests daily.
According to recent reports, Disney World is now testing a new security measure that may help speed up the lines, and be easier for Disney security to see inside of bags. Disney is testing out an all-new machine that will allow guests with bags to be able to place their bags in a bin, a procedure similar to what guests might encounter at an airport or other facilities.
This new machine will allow guests, instead of walking in line with bags, to head to another security line if the scanner flags something unusual. But it will allow Disney security to see what is inside guests’ bags without opening them. If necessary, security personnel may still perform a manual check of the bag.
To maintain a safe environment, Disney World guests are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the complete list of prohibited items before their visit.
Disney World’s official website includes a list of items that are prohibited inside the parks. These items include but are not limited to firearms, ammunition, knives, and weapons of any kind. Guests cannot bring in self-defense devices, any illegal substance, fireworks, alcoholic beverages, wagons, selfie sticks, and several other items. For the full list, guests can head to Disney’s official website.
Disney has these safety measures in place to keep Cast Members and Disney World guests safe. Disney works hard to protect the safety of people inside their parks.
Do you think this new security measure will help with guests bringing bags?