Central Florida Attractions Begin to Reopen in Florida’s Phase 1

ORLANDO, Fla. – With Florida entering phase one of its reopening, some businesses have started to reopen, including Central Florida attractions.

  • Attractions have begun to reopen in Central Florida
  • They are implementing new safety measures 
  • Florida is in phase one of reopening

Major theme parks like Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld remain closed at this time. But other smaller attractions in the area are ready to welcome back customers.

The attractions that are resuming operation will be implementing safety measures and following social distancing guidelines. Here’s a list of the attractions that are reopening (list will be updated):

Congo River Golf – Multiple Locations

The mini-golf attraction has reopened all of its Florida locations with additional measures, including increased cleaning and social distancing procedures.

Dinosaur World – Plant City

Dinosaur World has reopened in a limited capacity, with only the Dinosaur Walk and the indoor museum in operation. All hands-on activities will remain closed. Capacity inside park and the gift shop will be limited. The attraction is also dropping the price of admission until everything can reopen. Tickets will be $10 plus tax per person.

The Escape Game Orlando – International Drive

The escape room attraction has reopened with new safety protocols, including disinfecting between each game, contactless check-in, private experiences and employees wearing face masks.

IceBar Orlando – International Drive

IceBar will reopen May 14 in a limited capacity. The venue will have a new food menu as well as new sculptures featuring a Florida aquatic theme inside the IceBar. The location will be open Tuesday-Saturday from 5 p.m. midnight initially. Capacity will be limited to 25 percent and social distancing guidelines will be maintained in all dining areas. Visitors will be given a time to enter IceBar and will have the option of seating in the Fire Lounge or in the outdoor dining area while they wait. All employees will be wearing masks and gloves.

Wild Florida – Osceola County

Although Wild Florida’s Gator Park and Airboat Tours are still closed, the attraction has reopened its Drive-Thru Safari Park. The park features more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely.

Wild Florida is once again offering its Drive-Thru Safari Park as Florida enters its phase one reopening. (Courtesy of Wild Florida)

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