Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort are set to reopen this morning after Hurricane Irma forced them to close Saturday night.
Hurricane Irma, which wobbled and changed paths over the course of a week, hit Central Florida early Sunday morning, leaving many without power and leaving a trail of debris and destruction along the way.
In advance of the storm, Orlando's theme parks announced when they'd close for business as Irma came through. Universal and Disney remained open Saturday, with parks closing early. SeaWorld Orlando was closed Saturday.
All three major theme parks were closed Sunday and Monday.
While Disney and Universal welcome back visitors today, SeaWorld will remain closed as they spend another day cleaning up the park, according to park leaders. The park is expected to resume business Wednesday.
In Winter Haven, LEGOLAND Florida remains closed until further notice as the property is without power, said park leaders. The resort, which includes a water park, theme park and two hotel properties, will only reopen when it is safe to do so, LEGOLAND leaders announced Monday.
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