Nature is healing! If you’re looking for somewhere to head this Bank Holiday Monday, Tayto Park’s theme park will be open to the public once again, along with its zoo which reopened back in April.
It’s been a long 6 months for the people of Ireland, with many of us relying on the DPD delivery driver’s movements for an adrenaline rush, or indulging in the glamour of a new walking route when we want to feel alive.
Thankfully, those days are drawing to a close and the thrill seekers among us will soon be able to board Mr Tayto’s famous wooden Cú Chulainn Coaster once more! Or hop on board the Viking Voyage, which features a ship made using actual building methods from the Viking age for a truly authentic experience, and 1.7 million litres of water (it’s probably going to rain anyway, so we might as well get into it). Why not strap into Shot Tower, be boosted up ten metres into the air and prepare to shoot back down to the ground? These are the thrills we need right now, people.
You can also pre book your tickets to Tayto Parks Zoo to live out your Joe Exotic fantasy (minus matching pink shirts and questionable music career), and with reduced capacity, everyone can feel safe and comfortable to explore.
Tayto Park has introduced a number of enhanced safety procedures in line with public health advice, so temperatures of all guests will be taken upon arrival, increased hand sanitiser locations will be available, and informative and advisory signage will be in place to highlight social distancing guidelines. Perfect for a family day out, a trip with pals or even a cute date.
More information here.