Rides and roller coasters reopen at Seaworld San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – SeaWorld San Diego announced today that it will reopen its rides and roller coasters as a theme park on Monday, April 12!

Under California’s theme park regulations, the park and rides will have limited capacity, health and safety measures in place, including markings for physical distancing in queue lines and modified seating to maintain physical distancing and hand sanitizer available at the entrance and exit of all rides.

SeaWorld will continue to operate with enhanced health and safety protocols for cleaning and sanitizing, physical distancing, face covering requirements, and temperature screenings.

Despite earlier reports of California officials attempting to ban screaming on theme park rides, Seaworld San Diego says screaming will be allowed on their rides and roller coasters.

To give guests ample space for a physically distanced visit, the number of date-specific tickets and reservations available each day are limited and must be purchased online and in advance of each visit to manage capacity.

KUSI’s Kacey McKinnon was live at SeaWorld San Diego with the VP of Marketing, Erika Diprofio, learning more about all of their safety protocols and regulations as they get ready for customers.

 

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