Tayto Park is reopening! ... for real this time!
It's the real thing.
Tayto Park has announced that it will officially reopen on 29 June, at the beginning of Phase 3.
Earlier this month, the Meath amusement park suffered a false dawn when it announced that it would return on 18 June, only to quickly change tack and confirm that it would have to wait a while longer.
In a statement issued today, Tayto Park confirmed that it would be open for pre-booked visits as part of its phased reopening, and that it would be operating at a limited capacity. The park has said that it is not mandatory to wear a face covering, and that some food outlets within the park will be open.
— Tayto Park (@taytopark) June 22, 2020
However, the park has specified that a number of attractions will remain closed in order to comply with HSE guidelines and ensure social distancing is adhered to. The rides and attractions that will be closed include:
- The Factory Tour
- The Superhero Climbing Wall
- The Tayto Twister Slide
- The Sky Walk
- The Sky Glider
- The Extreme Climbing Wall
- The Petting Farm
- Lemur Woods
- 5D Cinema