Tampa, Fla. – With so many, if not all of the Florida Theme parks already having a plan submitted to Governor Ron Desantis, we all have been wondering what about Busch Gardens Tampa Bay? Well, that wait is now over.
Today (May29th) Busch Gardens presented their reopening plans to Hillsborough County and Tampa Mayor Jane Castor. Both giving the green light to pass it along for approval from Tallahassee.
In the proposed plan Busch Gardens, along with Adventure Island water park will have increased safety precautions in place.
The parks have social distancing ground markings, signage throughout the parks remind guest to respect others space. Guest can also expect to see some areas with directional signage as well as plexiglass being installed in “high-traffic” areas. An increased amount of hand sanitizer stations will be added as well as extra clean procedures from park staff members.
The park will require all employees to wear facial coverings, as well as guest visiting the park over the age of 2. Temperature checks will be conduct before employees shifts and also before guest enter the park.
Guest can also expect to see modified seating in both the eating areas and on the rides themselves. Park employees will only place guests from the same party together on rides. Water park attractions will be open at limited capacity.
Both parks will be encouraging contactless payment methods.