The happiest place on earth is battening down the hatches.
In the wake of the recent attacks on Paris and San Bernardino, Walt Disney World — along other theme parks like Sea World and Universal Studios — are beefing up security measures for the rest of the holiday season.
As of Thursday, Disney World has installed metal detectors at the park's entrance. California's Disneyland is scheduled to follow suit next week.
The parks are also discontinuing the sale of toy guns at their stores and officially banning guests over the age of 14 from entering the park wearing costumes.
This decision to tighten security came after the federal Department of Homeland Security issued a bulletin which stated