Universal Studios Hollywood announced Tuesday that it will reopen and resume operations beginning on April 16.
Most rides will be running at that time, with others opening at a later date due to compliance of government restrictions, according to a news release.
“We are incredibly thrilled to finally be able to open Universal Studios Hollywood, return team members to work and welcome guests back to enjoy our amazing rides,” said Karen Irwin, president and COO of Universal Studios Hollywood.
“It has been a very challenging year and we are overjoyed to have arrived at this moment,” Irwin said.
The company will continue to work with local health and government officials on health and safety procedures including controlled capacity, physical distancing and required face coverings.
Only California residents may visit the theme park at this time, the company said.