STAY SAFE TOGETHER!
The Scene75 team has been working long hours during our temporary closure to prepare for your return. On a near daily basis, we were involved in (and even asked to lead) numerous seminars to identify and share best practices across the entertainment and restaurant industries as to how best to reopen safely. With the help of experts, from leading molecular biologists to health department representatives to the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions to other operators who have already opened entertainment venues in other states, we have identified protocols to help ensure that we are Staying Safe Together.
Columbus – NOW OPEN WEEKENDS!
Cleveland – Reopening weekends starting July 10th
Cincinnati & The Pin Deck – Reopening weekends starting July 10th
Hours for Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati & The Pin Deck:
- Fridays 11am-11pm
- Saturdays 11am-11pm
- Sundays 11am-9pm
- Mondays-Thursdays Closed for cleaning until further notice
Pittsburgh – Temporarily Closed, Reopening Date TBD
We cannot wait to return to full operation but we ask that you please be patient as we slowly do so. As a family owned business we want to ensure we are making the most feasible decision as we determine the best time to reopen each location. Stay updated on our Facebook page as we announce each location’s reopening date as it’s determined.
All team members will have preliminary and continual coaching and training on best hygiene and social distancing practices. We ask that our guests adhere to our guidelines so that we can collectively keep each other healthy and entertained. We are truly in this together. It is our collective hope that our world returns to normalcy soon.
Maximum occupancies will be limited to 50% of rated capacity. Individual attractions will have reduced occupancy allowances as well. Make sure you arrive early enough to play!
DESIGNATED ENTRANCES & EXITS
Scene75 will have designated doors for both entering and exiting the building. Signage upon entry will highlight Scene75 guidelines to ensure the fun and safety of our guests.
MASKS REQUIRED FOR TEAM AND GUESTS IN COLUMBUS
All Scene75 team members will be required to wear masks. Guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks while inside Scene75 Cleveland & Scene75 Cincinnati per CDC recommendations but are not required. Masks are required for guests to wear while inside Scene75 Columbus due to city regulations.
GLOVES REQUIRED FOR F&B TEAM
All Scene75 food and beverage team members will be required to wear gloves. All team members may choose to wear gloves should they feel more comfortable in doing so.
INCREASED SANITATION STATIONS
Scene75 will feature numerous sanitation stations throughout its venues for frequent use by guests and team members. Team members will also have breaks every hour so that they can wash their hands.
INCREASED SANITIZATION OF TOUCHED SURFACES
High-contact surfaces throughout Scene75 will be wiped down with a medical-grade sanitizing agent regularly with a dedicated sanitization team focused on these high-contact surfaces.
TEMPERATURE CHECKS FOR TEAM
All Scene75 team members will be required to have their temperature taken daily upon check-in. We ask that any guest or team member who isn’t feeling well to please stay home until you are symptom free.
Social distancing markers are present throughout the site making a 6′ distance between groups in order to keep a safe distance between team mates, guests and groups.
We have signage informing everyone of safety measures and requirements at each section, entrance, bathroom, attraction and dining area to help remind everyone to Stay Safe Together!
Our goal is to Stay Safe Together. This means we have a shared responsibility to do our parts during this period of time. We kindly ask our guests to follow a few basic responsibilities to ensure a clean, fun visit to Scene75:
- Please stay home if you are sick
Please stay home if you or a family member is not feeling well. We will gladly welcome you with open arms when you return to full health!
- Masks strongly recommended (REQUIRED IN COLUMBUS*)
While masks are not required of our guests at Scene75 Cleveland and Scene75 Cincinnati or The Pin Deck at this time (only of our team members), we still encourage our guests to wear a mask per CDC recommendations.
*Due to Columbus city regulations made on July 2, 2020, all guests are required to wear masks while visiting Scene75 Columbus
Sneeze & cough into your arm
Please be sure to avoid touching your face and kindly cover your mouth and nose if coughing or sneezing.
- Keep your hands clean
Please wash your hands periodically and properly while on premise (and what better venue than Scene75 to sing the ‘Happy Birthday’ song twice while doing so!). We also ask that you sanitize your hands before and after engaging in an attraction.
- Keep your distance
Please remember to adhere to social distancing guidelines. While floor markers will denote where to stand where typical queuing lines occur. Families are encouraged to stay together in queues and throughout their visit.
Want to Know More?
We have numerous safety precautions to ensure that our team and your friends and family all enjoy their day at Scene75 in the safest and most responsible way possible. We’ve highlighed some of the key measures below, but please read our full Stay Safe Together Playbook if you would like to know more about all of the actions we are taking to stay safe or would like information on a specific attraction’s safety standard.
- Plexiglas shields have been installed at all Welcome Desk point of sale stations and will now allow for touch-less payment through smart phone technologies
- Self-service point of sale stations are available near the welcome desk to allow for a no-contact purchase
- All attractions will implement a reduced capacity measures to ensure proper spacing
All attractions with a Scene75 attendant (with the exception of inflatable attractions, please see below) will have their play surfaces cleaned after each guest use.
This includes: Go-Karts, Laser Tag, Blacklight Mini-golf, Roller Coaster, Drop Tower, The Pin Deck Bowling, HR Zone Batting Cages, Spin Zone Bumper Cars, VR, 4D Theater, XD Dark Ride
Bounce Inflatables & Toxic Meltdown will have their surfaces cleaned on a regular schedule. Bounce will be operated on a session (e.g. time interval) basis. 30 minutes sessions will run every hour to allow for ample time to clean and sanitize the inflatables between sessions
The Scene75 sanitization team will be cleaning games and self service attractions (such as Laser Maze, Atomic Rush and Time Freak) continually, all day long; all team members, including managers, will be working to clean and sanitize arcade games as well
Food and beverage menus have been simplified to better allow for speed in queue lines without sacrificing quality
Dining room tables will be spread out to uphold social distancing standards and will be sanitized after each use
Food will be served in disposable containers and served with disposable utensils
We are beyond excited to reopen and get back to doing what we do best… having fun! We hope that you understand and respect the measures we have taken to create the safest environment possible to ensure that we all Stay Safe Together.
Thank you for placing your trust in us and for allowing us to serve you in Dayton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, and Pittsburgh. We fully recognize that we do not exist without your support. We can’t wait to welcome you back into Scene75.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the Stay Safe Together playbook and procedures. We’ll see you soon!