Six Flags Discovery Kingdom on Thursday announced plans to reopen next month — but with severe limitations.
The Vallejo theme park, which suspended operations on March 13 to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, will welcome guests again on July 2 for a limited-time, animals-only experience.
In other words: No rides yet.
Park officials said that during this reduced-capacity period, they will offer “exclusive, up-close-and-personal animal experiences” that harken back to the park’s early Marine World days during the 1980s when it exclusively relied on educational wildlife adventures — and not scream-inducing roller coasters — to lure customers.
A full park reopening will be announced at a later date.
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