The safety of our guests and staff is our #1 priority every year and for every event, but this is even more important this year as we continue to fight towards slowing the spread of COVID-19. We have been monitoring the situation since the beginning and have adapted our plan as the information and requirements have changed.
The nature of a haunted house is all about physical distancing; it always has been and it’s what we do normally. The attraction is linear and very seldom would you ever come within 6 feet of other patrons. We do everything we can to make you feel alone, but this year we’re going above and beyond our normally safe and distanced methods of operation and taking it to the next level. We will follow all federal, state and local requirements including, but not limited to, requirements for masks, social distancing, and group size restrictions.
-Requiring masks/face coverings for all customers and staff (if required by local/state governments)
-Providing hand sanitizing stations at the ticket booth, the entrance to the haunt, and at the haunt exit
-Placing social distancing signage throughout the line queue area
-Sanitizing the contact surfaces inside the haunted house each night
-Sanitizing the portable toilets hourly
-Checking staff temperatures each night upon arrival
-Wear face masks or coverings. We will have a limited number of HOH masks available for purchase but please make sure you are prepared. You will not be allowed inside without a face covering.
-Do not come to the haunt if you are feeling sick, have a fever, or have been exposed to someone with a positive or presumed positive COVID-19 result.
-Be respectful of other people. Please maintain social distancing while in line.
-Buy your tickets online, if you can, and limit the use of cash when possible.
-Avoid touching our props while inside the haunt.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public location where other people are present. COVID-19 is known as an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness, including death. According to the CDC, senior citizens and anyone with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
By visiting Toynbee’s House of Horrors, you voluntarily assume any and all risks associated, connected or related to exposure to COVID-19.
Help keep each other healthy.