UK theme parks to re-open 4th July

Various locations, UK

In line with the Government’s easing of Covid-19 restrictions, UK theme parks will be allowed to re-open in England from Saturday, 4th July. What can you expect when you visit your favourite theme park this summer? We’ve compiled all the measures in one brief guide. Click the headline for more information


Terra Mitica cancels 2020 season

Benidorm, Alicante, Spain

The Spanish Government is easing Covid-19 related restrictions, which would allow theme parks to open again from Friday, 3rd July. However, bosses at Terra Mitica have decided to keep their gates closed this year to complete other projects, ready for a grand re-opening in April 2021. Click the headline for more information


Sylvan Beach cancels 2020 season

Sylvan Beach, New York, USA

Sylvan Beach Amusement Park in upstate New York announced the cancellation of their 2020 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic, siting no guidance from the state, region or local authorities, as well as staffing issues. The park will continue with capital improvement projects over the summer. Click the headline for more information


Texas parks reopen with restrictions

San Antonio, Texas, USA

In spite of surging COVID-19 cases, Texas allowed amusement parks and carnivals in counties with more than 1,000 cases of coronavirus to reopen. SeaWorld San Antonio, Wonderland Amusement Park and ZDT’s opened to the public, while the two Six Flags parks reopened to season passholders. Click the headline for more information


Hong Kong Disneyland reopens

Lantau Island, Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong Disneyland reopened to the public with reduced capacity after being closed for almost five months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to social distancing guidelines, ticket holders and members are required to book visits a week ahead of time. Click the headline for more information and view our reopening day slideshow