Chessington World of Adventures have released their own face masks. Being sold exclusively in the Adventure Point gift shop.
3 designs are available to buy. A Chessington logo mask, available in red and black, Tiger, Meerkat.
Costing £6 each or 4 masks for £20.
Chessington has reopened today after being closed since 20th March, due to coronavirus. Following new government guidelines, the Zoo reopened to a limited number of guests. All guests must pre-book tickets into the park for the foreseeable future.
Chessington World of Adventures have announced on their website that Explorer Glamping will not be opening this year. Posted in the FAQ's section of COVID 19 updates, the park has said.
Chessington has announced that following new government guidance, the Zoo will reopen on 18th June 2020.
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Chessington World of Adventures officially opened on 19th March 2020. The park launched all of its new changes that it has been working on over the closed season and opened up the brand new Rainforest area.
Over the closed season at Chessington work has been underway to remove Rameses Revenge and prepare the site ready for construction of the new drop tower ride, which is set to open 2021.
Chessington World of Adventures has launched a brand new annual pass type for 2020. Following Thorpe Park and Alton Towers, who both launched a brand new premium pass - alongside their standard passes. Chessington has now followed suit and launched a Premium Chessington Annual Pass.
Chessington World Of Adventures Resort reopens to guests on 19th March 2020, in 19 days the theme park will fully reopen with the launch of Rainforest in March and the new pirate ship due to open at some point this year.
The magic is returning to Chessington World of Adventures. The park is just 4 weeks away to opening for the 2020 season to annual pass holders and reopening on 19th March. Opening it’s newest area, Rainforest, with the new mini log flume River Rafts, Treetop Hoppers and Jungle Rangers.
Chessington World of Adventures have announced the launch of a brand-new messaging service, Wild WhatsApp. Giving guests and animal lovers the chance to contact Chessington zookeepers directly with all their animal-related questions.