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Clausen says protocols include a maximum of only 20 people per tour, or five bubbles of four, to allow for increased physical distancing.
“Masks are required for our underground train tour, but not required for the rest of the site, though it is highly recommended. Visitors must purchase their tickets online before they arrive, or call ahead to pre-book their tickets so we can control the number of visitors. We also have enhanced sanitation procedures in place, and have placed hand sanitizing stations and physical distancing signage throughout the site,” said Clausen.
The underground train tour and BOOM! Mill show are all indoors and under cover.
2. FlyOver Canada
Bring a mask for this iconic flight of fancy. A special Halloween flight, Howl Over Canada, for all ages debuts Oct. 1 and runs until Nov. 1. If you book online, you save 10 per cent.
“Health and safety measures include reduced capacity per ride to ensure adequate physical distancing between groups, mandatory masks while inside the attraction, sanitizing the ride between guests, and we encourage all guests to book online in advance, said Michelle Gaudet, media relations for FlyOver Canada.
3. Polygon Gallery
The Kids First Saturdays return starting Oct. 3, and you can reserve a spot by emailing [email protected] or check same-day admission by calling 604-986-1351. The North Vancouver gallery adheres to WorkSafeBC guidelines, which restricts attendance numbers, a health declaration to ensure safety, and materials provided in sealed bags for visitors to complete art projects. Social distancing is in place and gallery staff are required to wear masks.