Diggerland set to reopen and is offering two year 'open ticket' for guarenteed entry

Diggerland has announced its theme park will be re-opening as of April 12 2021.

Monday, 15th March 2021, 11:11 am
Updated Monday, 15th March 2021, 11:12 am
Diggerland has announced its theme park will be re-opening as of April 12 2021.

And to help give customers peace of mind when buying tickets to visit, Diggerland has introduced a ‘Two Year Open Ticket’, which allows more flexibility when booking in a visit date.

Furthermore, Diggerland has held their 2020 prices for those wishing to buy entry tickets between now and March 30 this year.

Diggerland have announced that all outdoor activities will be available for enjoyment but the indoor play areas will have to remain closed for a further 6 weeks, at minimum, due to government guidelines.

Whilst food and beverages will be provided at all four Diggerland parks, there will be restrictions. Customers are however welcome to take along picnics.

In a statement, Diggerland saiid: “Full Covid-19 compliance will be in place and we will be restricting the number of daily visitors to ensure that everyone can maintain social distancing.”

The Castleford site will allow 600 visitors a day on reopening.

The family attraction is implementing social distanding measures, regular cleaning, masks for certain rides, and temperature checks on arrival to help keep visitors safe.