With summer in full swing and restrictive social distancing rules being eased, Florida’s Dinosaur World, located in Plant City, is preparing to reopen after being closed for nearly 2 months.
The park has been closed for close to two months, being forced to temporarily shutter their doors as a result of restrictions put in place due to the global covid-19 pandemic.
As part of its re-opening, Dinosaur World has installed hand sanitizing stations throughout the park and recommends that guests wear face masks (although dinosaur-themed masks are optional) when visiting the mostly open-air park.
There will however be some exceptions to the planned opening, specifically exhibits that are considered “high-touch”, including the popular Bone Dig, as well as the park’s playground, both of which will remain closed as part of the parks social distancing measures.
The park will be running a limited time promotion to celebrate its reopening, with admission fees to being dropped to just $10 per visitor.
For more information and to book tickets, visit the Dinosaur World website.