Each Florida theme park has been setting and adjusting their policies as they are warranted. Here’s a list of the major theme parks and their policy at their latest update.
As of February 15, The two biggest draws in central Florida made changes to their mask policies.
Here’s the latest from all the parks.
Walt Disney World’s new mask policy begins February 17, 2022. For fully vaccinated guests masks will be optional in both indoor and outdoor locations. Guests not fully vaccinated will need to wear masks for indoor locations such as restaurants, shows and rides. All guests 2 and older will need to wear masks while using Disney transportation (buses, monorails, boats and Disney Skyliner).
Until February 17, Guests must wear masks indoors.
Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests. For guests not fully vaccinated, face coverings are encouraged for indoor locations, such as restaurants, stores and other indoor public areas.
SeaWorld and Busch Gardens each recommend that guests wear face coverings while indoors.
Masks are recommended for all indoor locations at Legoland.
All Guests are required to wear masks/face coverings at all indoor locations, such as attractions, lines, show viewing areas, restaurants and buses. Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear masks outdoors.
Masks are not required outdoors. According to ZooTampa’s website, “Masks strongly encouraged indoors and available at no cost.” (Indoors locations include shops, restrooms, restaurants and Manatee Mangrove)
According to their website, “In accordance with state guidelines, face masks are recommended for guests within the park, but they are no longer mandatory”