Protecting the health and safety of our guests, employees and community is our top priority. Over the past few weeks we have been sanitizing and deep cleaning the facility, as well as creating our new operating procedures, to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. We may look a little different, but the fun will remain the same. Below is how we plan to keep you and your family safe on your next visit.
How we are keeping our Team Members safe:
We are instructing Team Members who are exhibiting symptoms of illness to stay home or seek care from a medical provider when necessary.
Upon arrival for their shift, all Team Members will undergo a daily wellness check and be sent home if they are exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19.
All Team Members have been provided with protective masks and gloves to keep both our staff and customers safe.
We will continue to educate our Team Members on safe health practices and closely monitor the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, and other regulatory agencies for updates.
What we are doing to make your outing to Fun ‘n’ Stuff as safe as possible:
We are reinforcing and enhancing our sanitation procedures with all of our Team Members.
Hand sanitizer stations will be readily available throughout the facility.
All attractions will be sanitized in between use. This may create additional wait times, but the health and safety of our Team Members and guests is our number one priority.
We will increase the frequency of our already extensive cleaning schedule and will sanitize all high touch point areas and restrooms regularly.
We have reduced the seating in our eating areas to maintain proper social distance.
New social distancing markers have been installed at all of the attractions to help you maintain a 6’ distance.
Unfortunately, we have decided to close some attractions that we feel cannot be sanitized properly in between uses. These attractions include Super Hero Kid’s Play, Human Hamster Balls, Virtual Reality, and the Inflatable Bounce House.
Some attractions may be closed until the Governor permits us to reopen that specific attraction.
All attractions will have new capacity limits to uphold proper social distancing guidelines.
What we are encouraging our guests to do:
Come healthy. If you or anyone in your family are feeling ill, please stay home.
Please be mindful of new attraction entrances/exits and markers on the floor to help maintain social distancing.
Wash and sanitize your hands frequently. Avoid touching your face.
Please maintain at least 6’ in between other guests at all times.
Face masks are recommended but not required.