PHOTOS, VIDEO: Alice in Wonderland Ride Reopens with Few Changes at Disneyland Park

We’ve been enjoying ourselves at Disneyland following its grand reopening on April 30. Today, we took a spin on the Alice in Wonderland ride to see if anything changed in regards to health and safety measures.

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When we stopped by the ride, it was essentially walk on, but the queue markers lead out past the Matterhorn towards the castle hub just in case.

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Like we said, it was a walk-on ride this morning, so the queue was mostly empty.

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Distancing markers and the general setup of the queue ensure guests aren’t stopped too close to each other while in line.

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In the loading area, Cast Members keep queued guests behind the turnstile until those ahead have boarded their ride vehicles.

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Unlike on some other attractions, there are no Plexiglass dividers on the caterpillar vehicles. Only one party is loaded per vehicle, which isn’t unusual for the ride anyway.

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Nothing about the ride itself has changed.

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Watch our ride through of Alice in Wonderland below:

Check out more information about the reopening of Disneyland Resort attractions below.