Visitors to Heritage Park will have to purchase timed tickets to help the facility avoid overcrowding and will be asked to follow one-way traffic flow at spots that can get congested.
In addition, visitors will be encouraged to wear masks and keep six feet apart from others. Staff will also wear masks when engaging with guests.
“Heritage Park is here to support Calgarians through this difficult time by offering the opportunity to connect with the past as we start to reconnect with the community,” Heritage Park president and CEO Lindsey Galloway said in a news release.
“We offer Calgary’s largest outdoor patio green space, great food options, picnic areas and walking spaces.”
Due to current COVID-19 health restrictions in place throughout Alberta, Heritage Park’s retail stores are open but at reduced capacity and, effective May 10, both the Railway Café and Selkirk Grille will be open for take-out dining only.
For more information, you can visit HeritagePark.ca.
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