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Disney banned smoking in parks, up on the stroller size with new rules

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Just in time for the busy summer holiday season, Disney has announced the new park policy for both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. In particular, smoking is prohibited and size restrictions have been implemented for strollers allowed inside the two legendary theme parks.

Reps for the entertainment giant announced that the updated policy on Thursday, with the changes that the building of power on 1 May.

According to the declaration of the official Disney Parks Blog, baby strollers can-not be larger than 31 cm wide and 52 cm long, starting this summer. Families visiting Disney World have the option to rent a single or double stroller at the park, an option that the blog post teases “soon” be offered in Disneyland.

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Also sellers for the Mickey Mouse fans are reminded that wagons and stroller cars are not allowed in the parks.

“These updates are designed to help guest flow and ease congestion, making the parks more fun for everyone,” the notice states.

In particular, smoking is prohibited and size restrictions have been implemented for strollers allowed inside of the two legendary theme parks.
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In addition, there will no longer be smoking areas for tourists in various hot spots. Specifically, smoking is not permitted in Disney World, Disneyland or one of the several water parks, as well as ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex or Downtown Disney in California.

Nevertheless, accommodation is still available.

“Designated smoking areas will be available outside the entrances of the areas referred to and at Disney Springs in Florida,” the announcement continues. “For the guests who have a room or dinner reservations, non-smoking areas are also available at Disney Resort hotels.”

Reps for the entertainment giant announced that the updated policy on Thursday, with the changes that the building of power on 1 May.
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Finally, the communication concludes that loose or dry ice will no longer be permitted in the parks, effective March 28, although Disney-lovers will be happy to learn that there is still a trick to their cooler drinks cold, free.

“You can visit a Quick-Service location for the free cups of ice for your cooler (you can also request a free cups of ice water to stay hydrated!),” Disney Parks Moms panelist Linda said in the release.

More information on the new park policy is available at DisneyWorld.com/Rules and Disneyland.com/Rules.

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