SkyWheel Myrtle Beach plans to reopen with limited hours on Monday, May 25
Gov. McMaster announced restrictions on amusement parks and sporting events could be lifted starting Monday, May 22.
“We want to make sure we are respecting our crew and our guests during this time,” said Angie Goeppinger, General Manager of SkyWheel Myrtle Beach. “We want to make sure we create a balance of safety and fun, which we feel our new procedures cover.”
The SkyWheel has implemented the following safety guidelines in an effort to keep guests and crew safe:
All Crew Members will be screened prior to work including temperature and wellness checks.
Hand Sanitizers have been added throughout the venue in key locations where crew or guests frequent.
All Crew Members will be issued and required to wear facemasks while working.
Social distancing measures have been implemented in the ticket line and queue line, requiring 6’ distance between all groups, no congregating of the crew, and no strangers are ever be placed in the gondola together.
Touchless ticket scanning is provided. Guests are encouraged to purchase their tickets online in advance.
A strict sanitation schedule will be maintained throughout the entire venue. This includes measures such as cleaning and sanitizing railings and gates every hour and crew members dedicated solely to cleaning and disinfecting.