Disneyland Paris reopened on Thursday after being closed for almost eight months of the pandemic.
The park's reopening marks the first time all six Disney resorts have been open since January 2020.
Photos show what Disney resorts around the world look like as crowds have returned to the parks.
Visitors returned to Disneyland Paris as the resort reopened on Thursday.
Disneyland Paris was the last of Disney's six main resorts to reopen. It's the first time all Disney parks have been fully open since January 2020.
Source: Inside The Magic
With mask mandates in place, people excitedly entered the park on opening day, according to Reuters.
In April, Disneyland reopened to California residents on April 30. The park was closed for over a year.
Some rides, like Indiana Jones, reopened with plastic partitions between rows of seats.
On Tuesday, Disneyland opened its gates wider to include out-of-state visitors and made masks optional for vaccinated guests, as Insider previously reported.
Disneyland Shanghai was the first Disney resort to reopen on May 11, 2020, according to a Reuters report published by Insider.
On Wednesday, the resort celebrated its five-year anniversary with a colorful cake installation, performances, and fireworks.
The Shanghai resort currently requires guests to wear masks in lines, indoor spots, and crowded areas, according to its website.
Source: Shanghai Disney Resort
Tokyo Disneyland reopened its doors July 1, 2020, according to CNN. On opening day nearly a year ago, crowds were separated with social-distancing measures.
Also in early July 2020, fans again flocked to Disney World in Florida, which reopened two of its parks - Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom - at limited capacity.
Disney World's Epcot and Disney Hollywood Studios parks reopened on July 15, 2020, with visitors shown wearing masks on rides and around the resort.
Parkgoers were allowed to return to Hong Kong Disneyland in February after the resort closed two separate times in 2020.
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