Royal Burger's Zoo is extending its summer opening hours. From 24 July to 29 August, we will remain open until 8 p.m. daily. By extending the opening hours, We meet the needs of both our season ticket holders and day trip visitors. Spreading the number of visitors throughout the day and capping the total number of visitors per day remain important measures for the time being. By extending our opening hours, we offer people extra opportunities to visit the zoo.
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Day trips are popular during the summer holidays. In this period, most people have time off, and the desire to go out is high. Although the COVID-19 infection figures continue to drop, the government warns against letting go of the reins completely. We must continue to ensure that everyone can enjoy a safe and responsible day out.
To cope with the high demand for tickets and only a limited number of visitors per day, we have decided to extend our opening hours by two hours a day each day in the summer period from 24 July to 29 August. This allows for more entrance times for season ticket holders earlier and later in the day and creates additional time slots for people on a day trip. Besides allowing for additional time slots, the extended opening hours also allow the zoo to further spread the total number of visitors over the day.
With the extension of the opening hours, Royal Burger’ Zoo is also anticipating the possibility of hot days. Because the zoo is open for longer in the evenings, visitors can decide to visit Burger's Zoo after the hottest time of the day or plan their visit during the cooler hours in the morning. By implementing this change in opening hours, we are responding to the wish of visitors to create more flexibility in the possibilities to visit Burgers' Zoo without having to relax the still necessary restrictive measures.
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