Florida’s major theme parks are up and running again after closing down in advance of Hurricane Matthew.

Walt Disney World opened the gates to all four of its parks — Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom — at 8 a.m. Saturday. The water parks and Disney Springs are also open on Saturday.

Universal Studios, SeaWorld and Legoland Florida Resort were also reopening on Saturday morning.

The theme parks closed early on Thursday as Hurricane Matthew approached the state and all were shut down on Friday.

Roughly 1.5 million Floridians were ordered to evacuate ahead of Matthew. State officials say more than 7,000 people spent Friday night in shelters.

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Photo Credit: A tree and power lines blown over by Hurricane Matthew lay across a road on St. Simons Island, Georgia on October 8, 2016. Further south in Florida, major theme parks reopened. David Goldman / Associated Press