The team member preview was the first time the Universal parks had seen crowds in 77 days.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the debate over face masks has become the latest symbol of the country’s partisan divide — and theme parks aren’t immune.
The reopening will start with a team member preview on June 1 before opening the theme parks to the general public on June 5.
The two parks are taking different approaches to face masks: Universal will require guests to wear them, while Legoland will only recommend them.
The plans, which will be detailed to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force, could include a projected date for reopening the resort’s theme parks while the coronavirus pandemic continues.