Dutch Wonderland to end 2020 season on Labor Day

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LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — Dutch Wonderland will finish its 2020 season on Labor Day, Monday, September 7.

Dutch Wonderland will extend all 2020 Season Passes to include the 2021 Season, with the exception of the Summer Saver Season Pass.

“While this year hasn’t gone like any of us hoped, we’re glad we could provide some happy memories during this tough stretch,” said Dutch Wonderland General Manager Laura Charles. “We’re so thankful to our Team Members for the fantastic job they’ve done in implementing high standards of cleanliness and safety, and to
our Guests for following these new measures and placing their confidence in us for fun family outings this summer.”

All Basic and Premium Season Passholders will automatically have their passes extended to include the same benefits in 2021, and do not need to take any action to enroll in this extension. Premium passes will include access to the Happy Hauntings and Dutch Winter Wonderland seasonal events in 2021, which will not take place this year.

Guests can look forward to the debut of attractions that were delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, including an all-new Royal Raceway remote cars experience, the
Rest Stop automotive-themed gift stand, and various aesthetic improvements over the offseason.

For more information, please visit dutchwonderland.com.

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