If you are thinking of visiting Almond Valley Post COVID-19 then there are several changes that have been done to protect and keep visitors safe. If you are looking for information on what is at Almond Valley then please visit the Almond Valley information page. This post is purely for COVID related information.
Visiting Almond Valley With Kids
Booking tickets for Almond Valley Heritage Museum
Tickets for entry to Mill Farm will need to be prebooked before you arrive. Ticket numbers are restricted each day so you can be sure that it will not be overcrowded on your visit.
The main changes for visitors post covid are:
- Social distances procedures are in places throughout.
- A one-way system is currently in place.
- There is currently restricted access to the museum and some of the other indoor spaces. However, as always this can change if Covid levels change.
- You can now eat within the tearoom. However, the takeaway is available with a restricted menu.
- Currently still closed are the soft play, tractor ride and train ride.
- The animal handling section of Almond Valley are still closed due to social distancing concerns.
There is plenty of hand sanitiser around Almond Valley and please remember your face masks for any inside areas.
As with any family attraction, there were some people who weren’t adhering to the regulations and clearly ignoring the signs with the restriction on numbers on certain attractions. This meant some attractions especially the bouncer (near the covered picnic area) had far too many children on it at once. However, not everything can be policed and it is up to the adults of the children to make sure rules are being followed.
Have you visited Almond Valley since the pandemic started? Let me know in the comments below what you thought.
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