What your visit to Clark's Bears might look like...

There remains an inherent risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus at this time in any place where people gather. Individuals choosing to visit Clark's Bears in 2021 are accepting personal responsibility and assuming increased risks regarding COVID-19.

There are daily capacity limits. Buy your ticket online up to two weeks before you arrive. Many days will sell out.

Face masks are strongly encouraged, but not required. Our employees will wear face masks,with the exception of Wolfman, bear trainers, and acrobats during a show.

The New Hampshire Universal Best Practices suggests if you cannot social distance then consider:

Moving the event outside, not moving about at the event, and wearing a face mask. All of our entertainment and activities meet that criteria. Even at Merlin's Mystical Mansion, the indoor experience is less than three minutes in length.

Although we have decided to restrict capacity, you should expect to be closer than six feet to other guests especially while at shows and on the train.

Hand sanitizer will be readily available throughout the grounds. It is also recommended you wash your hands with soap and water regularly; and certainly before eating. We will sanitize common surfaces throughout the day.

We anticipate opening nearly everything we have to offer. Alas, we are sorry to advise Kilburn's Photo Parlor will not be open this year. We've tried desperately to find an option to sanitize costumes between guests to no avail. We understand this is an annual tradition for so many families and we share your disappointment.

Note: Circus performances are June 25th through September 6th.

Expect a visit in 2021 to continue to be a little different than any past visit. Some people should forgo a visit. If on the day of your visit you answer yes to any of these questions you must not come as planned:

  1. Have you been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have had COVID-19 in the last 10 days, unless vaccinated?
  2. Have you had a fever or felt feverish in the last 24 hours?
  3. Are you experiencing any respiratory symptoms including a runny nose, sore throat, cough or difficulty breathing?
  4. Are you experiencing any new muscle aches, significant tiredness or chills?
  5. Have you had any changes in your sense of taste or smell?

These guidelines are up-to-date when posted. Our management team meets regularly and will revisit them. They could change without notice as this evolving situation changes.

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