How to Take Your Kids on Virtual Rides at Disney Parks Around the World

By now, you probably know that all Disney parks around the globe have temporarily shuttered to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. As of now, they’re closed at least through March 31, but that doesn’t mean all the magic is gone.

While we’re all looking forward to the day we can get back on the road, it’s important to stay home to stop the spread of the deadly virus. Health officials agree that the fastest way to return to normalcy is to stop coming in contact with others, including ceasing all unnecessary travel. It’s a small world after all — and your actions can greatly affect others around you.

Until things return to normal, you and your family might have fun enjoying some “virtual rides” from Disney parks around the world. If there are some Disney parks you’ve never visited, then you’ll really be in for a special treat, as every park interprets each ride differently. For example, Pirates of the Caribbean at Shanghai Disneyland is different from what you’ve seen in the U.S. (Spoiler alert: Many would go so far as to say it’s actually better.)

Click here to take your kids on Disney’s rides virtually!

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