Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando were back in business Tuesday, while SeaWorld Orlando Busch Gardens Tampa Bay,  and Legoland remain closed following cleanup efforts after Hurricane Irma.

All four Disney theme parks and Disney Springs reopened Tuesday with their normal operating hours. Disney’s two water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon will reopen later this week, according to a Disney press release.

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party will be held, according to schedule.

Universal Orlando received minor damage to fences, trees, signage, and building facades. Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and Volcano Bay resumed their regular hours Tuesday. The park’s annual Halloween Horror Nights will begin as scheduled on Friday.

SeaWorld and Aquatica remain closed Tuesday for debris cleanup and will reopen on Wednesday. Discovery Cove is expected to open on Friday.

“The marine animals at SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove and Aquatica Orlando stayed in their pools and habitats, while birds, small mammals and reptiles were moved to secure indoor locations,” according to a SeaWorld spokesperson. “Zoological team members remained on-site caring for the animals and monitoring them around the clock throughout the hurricane and after.”

Busch Gardens will reopen Wednesday.  Adventure Island water park is currently operating on a weekends only schedule, and a reopening date has yet to be announced.

Animals at Busch Gardens Tampa were placed in secure enclosures to ensure their safety during the storm. They were also watched around the clock by on-site team members.

Legoland Florida Resort, Legoland Hotel and Legoland Beach Retreat are closed and without power, according to its website.

The theme parks closed Saturday night and remained closed Sunday and Monday.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will remain closed through Wednesday. The visitor complex has no water service. No major damage was sustained throughout the property, and all structures are intact, according to a KSC press release.