California theme parks reopen — without rides

California theme parks are returning with innovative solutions like zoo exhibits, food festivals, walk-through installations, shopping esplanades and possibly even haunted events while roller coasters, parades, fireworks and other activities that draw large crowds are prohibited.

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Months of closures amid the COVID-19 pandemic have forced California theme parks to find creative ways to reopen without one key ingredient: rides.

California theme parks are returning with innovative solutions like zoo exhibits, food festivals, walk-through installations, shopping esplanades and possibly even haunted events while roller coasters, parades, fireworks and other activities that draw large crowds are prohibited.

California theme parks remain closed indefinitely while they await still-unreleased state guidelines for safely reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Legoland California became the latest theme park in the state to swing open its gates — albeit on a limited basis.

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