Upon arriving at Enchanted Kingdom, get a Park Map at the Park Relations Office and you’re all set to enjoy the rides and attractions.The best time to visit the park is Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and in the months of February, March, August and September when crowds are lighter.
Read the waiver signage on each ride before queuing up for important health and safety reminders you should know.Go on the rides during the traditional meal times usually between 12:00 and 2:00 PM and 5:00 and 7:00 PM, as this is when most guests stop to eat. Plan your meals before or after the above times.
Go to the Park Relations Office should you have any inquiries or need assistance.If you’re taking the shuttle service back to the Ayala Center Terminal, be at the Front Gate at least fifteen minutes before the departure time. Tips for Visiting an Amusement Park or Attraction (from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions).
* Dress comfortably, but avoid open-toed shoes and dangling jewelry. Very long hair should be put up. Protect yourself from the sun with sunscreen and headgear, even on cloudy days. Eat normally and take any medications that might be necessary before visiting a park or attraction. Bring medications with you that might be needed during the day. Drink plenty of water and be sure not to skip meals, but only consume food and other beverages, including alcoholic beverages, in moderation prior to enjoying rides. Stop riding before you get excessively tired.
Observe all posted rules, and follow all verbal instructions given by park personnel or ride operators/attendants. Be considerate of others…amusement parks and attractions are unique environments designed for your enjoyment. Don’t let your exuberance ruin the day for you, your friends or neighbors. Queue lines permit guests to experience popular attractions in a comfortable and orderly manner; while in a queue line be especially considerate of others, observe no smoking and other queue line signage, and never break into a line, as this is a flagrant violation of basic park policy and a reason for expulsion in most parks and attractions.
When enjoying the rides and attractions, obey posted age, height, and weight restrictions, as well as notices concerning such health matters as back/neck conditions, pregnancy, recent surgery, and high blood pressure.
Always use common sense…if you don’t feel well, if there has been an abrupt change in your physical status, or any other unusual or unexplained symptoms, skip the ride. Remove personal items such as glasses, hats, cell phones, pagers, etc. before boarding a ride. Keep hands, arms, legs, and feet inside the ride at all times, and remain in the ride until it comes to a complete stop and you are instructed by a ride operator/attendant to exit.
If a personal item falls outside the vehicle while you are on the ride, ask an operator/attendant for assistance in retrieving it once you have disembarked from the ride. Do not attempt to retrieve lost articles yourself. Always use the safety equipment provided and DO NOT attempt to alter or free yourself from any safety restraint in search of a “better” thrill or opportunity to show off. Restraints are provided for both your safety and the safety of others.
Taking an active safety role is especially important in the case of parents with young children: upon your arrival, identify a meeting point in case you are separated during your visit; observe each ride in operation and note the rules regarding age, height, and weight; explain appropriate behavior on a ride; and read the rules of a ride together before the child boards the ride.
* Prior to visiting a park or attraction, visit their web site or contact the Park Relations office for a guide or map that includes general information about rides, entertainment, accessibility information for guests with disabilities, etc.
* Food and beverages including water may not be brought inside the premises.