After much preparation, numerous operational changes and added health and safety measures for guests and employees, Silver Dollar City, Branson, Missouri, is opening exclusively for Season Pass Holders on June 13 and 14, followed by all guests on June 15.
“Creating Memories Worth Repeating is our mission. Families are facing many challenges today, and we are excited to welcome them to create new and exciting memories,” said Brad Thomas, President and General Manager of Silver Dollar City. “We’ve spent months planning and preparing to open within the health and safety guidance from our industry and governmental experts. We encourage our guests to read through changes we have made as they make plans for their visit.”
To comply with appropriate social distancing guidelines, daily park capacity will be limited. Pass Holders and general admission guests will be required to reserve the date they wish to visit via the park’s website or mobile app. Additional details and a “how-to” video are posted in both locations to assist guests with this new process. Additionally, prior to entering the facilities, hosts and visitors will have a touchless temperature scan. For the protection of each other, guests (age 3 and up) and all hosts will be required to wear a mask. Further information on all safety and operational changes is available at on the website.
Opening with Silver Dollar City is the all-new Rivertown Smokehouse as well as the new Cinnamon Bread Bakery. Mystic River Falls river raft ride opens later this summer.
Meanwhile, the park’s White Water waterpark will open June 15 and 16 for Season Pass Holders ONLY, and then June 17 for all guests. White Water will have similar guidelines as those put in place for Silver Dollar City, including a contactless temperature scan prior to entry, reduced daily capacity limits, capacity adjustments for rides and restaurants and a requirement to wear a mask or face covering.
Showboat Branson Belle will open June 20. Reservations are encouraged, but walk-up purchases are allowed. Showboat Branson Belle will also follow guidelines to include a contactless temperature scan prior to entry, reduced seating capacity and a requirement to wear a mask face or face covering except while eating.