Theme parks, museums and zoos to close again in UK due to COVID-19
Theme parks, museums, and zoos in the UK are once again locking their doors ahead of the most recent nationwide shutdown in reaction to COVID-19.
In the UK, the number of COVID-19 cases is quickly increasing. As a result,
the government has mandated that specific establishments and locations close by November 5.
Theatricals, music halls, movie theatres, museums, art galleries, amusement parks, bingo parlours, bowling alleys
concert halls, zoos, and aquariums are just a few examples of places where people might go for entertainment.
The primary theme park season at Thorpe Park is officially over, while Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, and Legoland Windsor will close as of November 5.
The British Museum announced in a statement that it will close on November 4 that it hoped to reopen in early December and welcome visitors back to the museum.
As the most recent wave of COVID-19 strikes Europe, museums, theme parks, and other attractions have also been ordered to close in France, Germany, Belgium, and Italy.