Under the New Hampshire Safer-at-Home Advisory, more businesses are now open.

Even though amusement parks were slated to open, it looks like Whale’s Tale will be one of the few amusement parks to reopen for now, according to wmur.com.

Some businesses are choosing to remain closed.

Jeb Boyd, CEO and general manager of NH-Fun, told the news station, “We’ve been waiting a long time to get open and when we got the word for the economic reopening task force that we were going to be able to reopen we were very excited.”

Other businesses that opened on Monday are adult day services, arts, and music education, movie theaters and performing arts venues, according to WMUR.

If you are headed to the Whale’s Tale, note that amusement parks are limited to 25% capacity, the news station reported, so anticipate a wait and check their website as they are requiring reservations.

I would hate to get out there with kids and find out that you needed to make advance reservations so hit up their website. Remember, stay safe!



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