PHOTOS: Aerial Images of an Empty Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Surface Weeks After Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Closure

While we’ve been able to keep an eye on Walt Disney World throughout the extended closure thanks to our friend @bioreconstruct, over at Disneyland Resort, it’s been a while since anyone got a peek at anything other than the closed entrance gates. Disneyland Resort officially closed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic concerns on March 14. Just yesterday, Disney announced that the parks would be closed until further notice. Now, we have some of the first aerial images of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure since the closure took place.

Image Credit: KameraOne via The Sun

UK newspaper The Sun ran a video just today including sweeping views of the two empty parks. Here, we see the Disneyland entrance completely void of any guests or activity.

Image Credit: KameraOne via The Sun

Panning out towards Main Street, U.S.A., the turn-of-the-century town seems eerie and empty.

Image Credit: KameraOne via The Sun

Moving over to Disney California Adventure, all of Pixar Pier’s usual kinetic energy is at a standstill, with none of the rides in motion. An empty Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel, seen in the lower right-hand corner, is evidenced by the lack of people in the pool or the surrounding grounds.

Image Credit: KameraOne via The Sun

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