From our friends at www.disneyfoodblog.com
There is a LOT of talk surrounding Florida’s theme parks re-opening.
Although many parks are suspected to open in Phase Two of Florida’s re-opening plan, locations like Universal Orlando’s CityWalk have started phased re-openings. While there is no specific date for many of the major theme parks to welcome guests again, a few Florida attractions just announced they are opening their doors.
These attractions will be following new health and safety guidelines for both guests and employees. These locations will test out new safety protocols that could inform decisions of higher-traffic attractions.
Top Golf Orlando is open currently. When guests arrive, employees will meet them at the front stairs to explain new safety measures, like six-foot social distancing markers and a bay capacity limit of six people. If Top Golf reaches its capacity, guests must wait in their cars or a designated area until a text message is sent to them confirming their bay is ready. The check-in desk will have a safety barrier between guests and employees, and each of the hitting bays have protective dividers and 11 feet of space between them.
Employees will have to participate in a health check before work, wear a mask at all times, wear gloves when then are handling food and beverages, and wash their hands frequently. Guests are not required to wear masks, but they are encouraged to do so.
Guests are also not required to bring their own golf clubs as Top Golf will provide complimentary ones. Top Golf will disinfect clubs, golf balls, game screens, and other high-touch areas between each group. You can find more information about the procedures here!
Currently, the wax hands experience is closed and interactive elements, like photo props, are being limited. However, the rest of the Madame Tussauds Orlando exhibit is open.
There will be directional markings to maintain distancing. Madame Tussauds is only accepting contactless forms of payment, including debit and credit cards.
You can find out all the information you need to know and plan your visit here!
The SeaLife Orlando Aquarium is open, but the interactive tidepool and kids’ play area are both closed until further notice.
There will be directional markings on the ground throughout the aquarium to remind guests to distance and SeaLife Orlando will only be accepting contactless forms of payment. You can find out more information and book tickets here!