Attractions in Abu Dhabi were closed in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, CLYMB, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi are going to reopen on July 29 with new health and safety measures in place.
Both Ferrari World and Warner Bros World will reopen to Annual Passholders with an online booking a day earlier on July 28. All locations have implemented safety measures to ensure guests have a safe and enjoyable experience.
Operating at 30% capacity
These safety measures include pre-booking tickets for a specific day, thermal screening cameras and safe distance markers at rides and shops. The attractions will be limited to a 30% capacity and ride capacity will also be modified.
When visitors book their ticket online, they will receive details of the safety measures in place by email. This will allow all visitors to become familiar with the new regulations before they arrive.
Visitors are also being encouraged to download the attraction’s app before they go. This will allow them to utilise the contactless options at each park.
The validity of annual passes will be extended for the amount of time that the Yas Theme Parks were closed.
Shows will not take place
Some shows at the parks will not occur initially to reduce crowds within the parks. When they do return, staged shows will change to accommodate physical distancing between guests.
Character meet and greets will also not occur when the parks reopen, however, characters will appear around the parks in different and exciting ways.
Visitors are encouraged to wear a face mask at all times and to sanitise their hands regularly. Contactless payments are encouraged to reduce contact between visitors and staff members. There will be guest service attendants throughout the parks to answer any questions visitors have about these new measures.
Yas Waterworld will remain closed for the safety of both staff and visitors. The waterpark is working with local authorities to prepare to reopen when it is safe to do so.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi recently launched ‘Coaster Lab’, an edutainment initiative for schools. It is designed to get children to learn about physics, engineering and technology through the lens of roller coasters.