As per the companies Health and Safety Policy ALL participants within the experience must hold a valid ticket. Reception desk will request seeing the ticket on arrival at the experience. For the safety of our customers and staff, Management reserves the right to refuse admission where a valid ticket is not available.
Participants are considered any persons who are taking up a numbered slot within the experience regardless of their physical participation on the activities.
The experience is recommended for children 7 years plus, however younger children are allowed onto the experience with a valid ticket at the discretion of the parent, guardian or supervising adult.
The experience is recommended for 7 years and over due to the surprises that await within the experience and the level set on the activities. Smaller children may not understand the experience and could become scared by the set scenes, noises and actors.
As per company policy, Non-Participating Persons are considered only as babies in arms or a carrier.
Purchasing a ticket for a non-participating person is not required, however in the interest and safety of our customers and staff it important that supervising adults do not allow small children to wander on the sets and participate in the activities. It is also important the supervising adult is aware that the experience holds loud sounds, live actors and dark sets which could potentially upset babies and small children.
Any persons bringing a non participating person into the experience must ensure that they comply with the health and safety requirements of the company to ensure the safety of our staff and customers are upheld.
If any customers feel that their small child will want to roam and participate then a ticket must be purchased in order to secure that space. Where a non-participating person joins the experience as a participant the health and safety numbers are jeopardised and our staff and customers are put at risk.
Extraordinary Expeditions Limited T/A Foggs World of Adventures does not hold any responsibility for the supervision of children while using the Centre.