Walt Disney World has reopened in the wake of Tropical Storm Irma.
The most popular theme park in the world reopened the Magic Kingdom, Epcot and other attractions Tuesday morning, more than a day after the storm knocked down trees, toppled trash cans and caused minor flooding at the Orlando park.
The parks had closed Saturday as Irma reached landfall in the Florida Keys and then made its way up the peninsula.
Hotels remained open on Disney property throughout the storm, officials said, though some saw damage to trees near hotel buildings.
The company said water parks and Fort Wilderness Campground would remain closed for the time being.
A video taken after the storm shows trees downed and trash cans scattered near the entrance to the Magic Kingdom, but no structural damage to the many hotel and attraction buildings on the sprawling Walt Disney World property.
The closure marks the fifth time Walt Disney World has closed. The other closings: Three other hurricanes and in the wake of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Guests at all of the parks should check with their travel planner — or the parks themselves — to inquire about specific attraction reopenings, refunds or changes in their travel plans.