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Canada's Wonderland Is Open To The Public & Here's What It Looks Like

Well, it's official — Canada's Wonderland has opened its doors to the general public, welcoming visitors back at 25% capacity. The park, which had been closed since 2019, finally opened to season pass holders on Monday, July 5, for a two-day preview.

Narcity's Ailish Forfar spent the day exploring the park and its new features, which include new safety requirements for guests while they enjoy the rides.

Ailish Forfar | Narcity

Canada's Wonderland is now requiring visitors to book their reservation ahead of time to manage capacity limits.

As part of their new protocols, Wonderland is also taking photos of all guests upon entry, allowing you to come and go from the park as you please without having to go through the health screening process again.

Ailish Forfar | Narcity

There is limited seating on the rides to allow for social distancing. On Wednesday afternoon, a Wonderland employee informed Narcity that the line for Leviathan was roughly two hours.

Wonderland also routinely cleans high-touch surfaces including armrests, headrests, seats, restraints, and headrests.

Ailish Forfar | Narcity

Masks and face coverings are required for all guests aged 2 years old and up. Wonderland states on its website that masks must be worn "in all indoor spaces, on rides, and outdoors where 2 metres physical distance cannot be maintained (with limited exceptions, including Splash Works and water attractions)."

Wonderland also requires that at least one member of your group download the park's app with Location Services turned on to get "real-time updates" about the park and all of its attractions.

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