WonderWorks Orlando reopened its doors to locals and tourists alike on May 29, 2020, but the upside-down house says it is missing a valued group of guests: UK travelers. Though the iconic I-Drive attraction is prioritizing safety and recognizes the global efforts to ensure that, they can’t help but miss some of its most beloved guests. Yes, it’s true, WonderWorks misses you.
“With travel limited at this time, we’re happy to see the faces we see coming through our doors every day, but we know there are families and guests who are inevitably missing out,” says Brian Wayne, General Manager. “The safety of our guests and our community is our number one priority at this time, and we are doing our best to continue to provide a memorable experience for everyone.”
WonderWorks reopened its doors with new safety measures in place to keep both guests and employees safe and healthy. The company has heightened its cleaning regimen and has allotted extra time to sanitize frequently touched surfaces. They are also monitoring and limiting the capacity to offer guests the proper amount of space needed for social distance.
The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show, the nightly magic show inside WonderWorks Orlando, is temporarily closed as they wait for guidance from local government and health officials on how to safely host guests again. They are eager to reopen the show, but the main man Tony Brent has been hosting wacky and wild live streams on their official Facebook page to keep the audience engaged while the show lights are dim.
At this time, due to the Orange County Executive Order, masks and face coverings are required inside WonderWorks. The attraction has masks for sale for guests who arrive without them.
“We are ready and excited to welcome guests back to our upside-down,” adds Wayne. “We hope our community will see all of its guests back in the near future when it is safe to do.”