Disneyland Resort Guidelines Now Warn Guests Will Be Asked to Leave for Using Profanity and Offensive Language

Some issues in the past have created a blanket statement for Disneyland to include in their reopening information guidelines:

Additionally, select attractions and certain experiences that draw large group gatherings—such as parades and nighttime spectaculars—will return at a later date. While character meet-and-greets will be temporarily unavailable, characters will be in our parks in new ways to entertain and delight our Guests. The Disneyland Resort will also have capacity measures in place, as well as limitations on parking and operating hours.

Disney reserves the right to require a Guest to leave if they are (i) not properly wearing an approved face covering, (ii) using profanity or offensive language towards our Cast Members or other Guests and/or (iii) violating any other Park Rules.

Given this unprecedented situation, we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we navigate through this process as responsibly as we can. Additional measures and procedures may be announced closer to the opening date.

With these guidelines being highlighted, it’s clear that Disney wants to ensure everyone’s safety and comfort while returning back to park operation on April 30th.


In Walt Disney World last year, guest issues with disregarding face mask rules and general aggression towards cast members made headlines.

In November of 2020, a guest was attacked after a confrontation with a maskless family.

Disneyland will continue to uphold safety of all guests and are ensuring that anyone who causes issues will be removed from the park.