With Disneyland’s reopening, guests can once again fly through the night sky on Space Mountain in Tomorrowland.
The sign wasn’t quite ready to be back yet.
Like all other Disneyland attractions, the coaster has new physical distancing and safety measures.
Physical distancing markers on the floor of the queue help guests to stand six feet apart.
Part of the outside queue is not currently being used, so as to ensure more space between parties.
After several loops of the queue outside, we finally made it to the attraction’s entrance.
There is a good portion of the interior queue with no markers as they don’t plan on letting so many guests inside at once.
There were physical distancing markers inside as well.
Some areas of the interior queue have plexiglass dividers.
However, there are no dividers in the loading area.
Two groups of riders are loaded into each vehicle, with rows of seats separating them.
After the ride, we noticed some changes in the exit. These screens which previously showed attraction photos were no longer in use.
Instead, larger screens showing four photos at once were nearby. These kiosks had circular physical distancing markers in front of them along with a hand sanitizer station in the middle.
You may remember these signs were used for a moment when Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge first opened and required a boarding group to enter the land. That lasted for a few hours the first day.
For more from the reopening of Disneyland, check out the posts below.