With Hurricane Dorian getting ever closer to hitting Central Florida, keep an eye on this page to see how it affects the area’s theme parks and attractions.
Here are the current closings for Tuesday, Sept. 3 and beyond. We will update this page throughout the storm as more delays and closings are announced:
All of Central Florida’s theme parks are back to their normal operating hours.
Orlando International Airport (MCO)
- MCO will resume normal operations at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 4
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
- Closed on Wednesday, Sept. 4 and Thursday, Sept. 5
- Will reopen on Friday, Sept. 6
UPDATE – 09/02/19: All eight Rosen Hotels & Resorts in Orlando are currently at capacity through Tuesday, Sept. 3. There is availability starting this Wednesday through the weekend for those in the area seeking shelter.
If you’re in the area and need a place to stay during Hurricane Dorian, Rosen Hotels & Resorts is opening the doors of their eight Orlando hotels with special distress rates for those affected. Free Wi-Fi is available and pets are welcome with no additional fee for $59.99-$89 per night. Guests can call (866) 337-6736 if interested.
$59.99 per night
- Rosen Inn International -7600 International Dr. Orlando
- Rosen Inn closest to Universal – 6327 International Dr., Orlando
- Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando – 9000 International Dr., Orlando
- Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista – 8442 Palm Parkway, Lake Buena Vista
- Midpointe Hotel – 9956 Hawaiian Ct, Orlando
$79 per night
- Rosen Plaza – 9700 International Drive, Orlando
$84 per night
- Rosen Centre – 9840 International Drive, Orlando
$89 per night
- Rosen Shingle Creek – 9939 Universal Blvd., Orlando
Floridians are starting to find that gas stations in the state are running out of fuel. Now that Florida is under a State of Emergency, local retailers are not allowed to raise gas rates significantly higher than what they charged in the past month.
If they do, the retailer must show proof that their price to obtain the fuel has gone up. During the past 30 days, Florida gas prices have averaged at about $2.45 per gallon for regular unleaded fuel. To report suspected price gouging, call 1-866-966-7226 or visit the Florida Attorney General’s website.
You can read through a few of our tips on getting through a hurricane while on a theme park vacation here.