Here's What Disney World Looks Like After Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma Information & Precautions | Walt Disney World Resort

Hurricane Irma forces Disney World to close for the 5th time in the park's history

A Disney spokesperson has confirmed to INSIDER Disney World's four theme parks and Disney Springs will reopen Tuesday, September 12.

That was just the sixth time in the resort's history that the park was closed.

A spokesperson for the theme park said that they "are beginning an initial assessment of our property.While we experienced high winds and rain, we maintained power throughout the storm".

Special events like Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party will take place.

Disney World closed for the weekend because of the hurricane, but many guests remained huddled in their hotels and resorts.

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

In attempt to enforce a 6 p.m. curfew Monday, Orange County Sheriff's deputies drove up and down the main tourists areas from the Orlando County Convention Center and Universal Boulevard to blare: "Go back to your hotels".

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

Monday's closures include Universal Studios, Typhoon Lagoon, Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom Park, Fort Wilderness, Blizzard Beach, Hollywood Studios, Disney Springs, Epcot and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Walt Disney World has announced that it will reopen on September 12, with the hurricane now downgraded to a tropical depression.

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