Here's What Disney World Looks Like After Hurricane Irma

Posted September 13, 2017

However water parks will remain closed for Tuesday and will aim to open later in the week.

In Orlando, Walt Disney has not only its amusement parks, which include the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, but also more than 25 resort hotel to house vacationers.

On Thursday, September 7, the park tweeted: "In anticipation of inclement weather, Night of Joy has been cancelled on September 9 and Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has been cancelled on September 10".

Disney resort hotels remained open during Irma, but the parks were closed Sunday and Monday.

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- Osborne Lights (@osborne_lights) September 11, 2017 A look at Epcot this morning.

Universal spokesman Schroder also said: 'We can not guarantee resort amenities or access to electricity during severe weather'.

If you have been effected by the parks closure you should ring (407) 939-7818 by January 31 2018 between 7am and 11pm or email with the details of your ticket so they can process your request as quickly as possible.

Universal's PR department sent out a release stating that they would resume operations today at 9 a.m.

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"Our destination saw relatively minor damage overnight involving fences, trees, signage, and building facades", reads a statement from Universal Orlando.

SeaWorld: Closed for additional debris cleanup.

SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica water park are scheduled to open Wednesday. An opening day for Discovery Cove hasn't been announced yet.

Severe weather from Hurricane Matthew past year also forced the theme park to shut down temporarily in October. For all parks, guests are encouraged to check our websites and follow our social media channels for more updates.

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