Oasys MiniHollywood attraction park in America, Spain is to reopen on June 13. The park is undergoing a series of changes prior to reopening to the public.
The park will be renamed as “Tieras Forajidos” – “Outlaw Times” – in reference to the weeks the country has spent in lockdown due to the coronavirus health crisis.
The attraction site will have a series of health and safety restrictions in place, including the restriction of crowds watching the shows that take place at the park. New activities will be introduced at MiniHollywood to make the experience fun and memorable for guests, such as the search for gold around the park.
Access to the park’s zoo and pools will continue but with stringent cleaning protocols, including the use of hydroalcoholic gel. Visitors and employees must observe the social distancing measures of being two metres apart.
Oasys MiniHollywood is located in the village of Tabernas in the Almeria province of southern Spain. The park is centred on a Far West theme, putting on cowboy and Indian shows.