Helicopter View Of An Empty Disney World Is Just Plain Erie

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If you have ever been to Disney World or Disneyland, you probably couldn’t imagine what those places would be like — empty — no people, what so ever.

The Disney corporation recently decided to close Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States. The decision to close was certainly the most responsible decision that the company could make, but seeing an empty Disney theme park is certainly strange.

In addition to both Disneyland and Disney World closing, the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, the Disney Cruise Line, and Disneyland Paris have also closed.

This is just the fourth time Disneyland has closed down completely, and will represent the longest closure in their history. They closed November 25, 1963 as part of the national day of mourning for President John K. Kennedy, and in 1994 after the Northridge earthquake. The parks’ last closure was September 11th, 2001. All were single-day closures. The parks have been open seven days a week for several decades, originally being opened Monday through Friday.

The last time Disney World closed was on September 11, 2001.

Check out the sky view of Disney World – Florida. The parks are all completely empty.