GATLINBURG, TN – Just days after the record-breaking SkyBridge attraction’s first birthday and the first anniversary of park operations resuming atop Crockett Mountain, Gatlinburg SkyLift Park is now welcoming back visitors as Tennessee relaxes restrictions and allows for the safe reopening of larger attractions.
As the rides on those iconic yellow chairs begin again, Gatlinburg SkyLift Park will have new operational policies in place. Though not mandatory, staff members highly recommend that all guests visiting the park wear a protective face covering and will provide masks to those who may not have their own. In addition, lift chairs and handrails along the SkyDeck and SkyBridge will be sanitized multiple times daily, and the number of guests will be controlled for greater spacing. See the full list of safety protocols.
Now through the end of the year, Gatlinburg SkyLift Park offers $2 off admission for children who bring a completed SkyLift or SkyBridge color page to the ticket office at the base of the lift. Junior tickets are normally $17.95 and apply to kids ages 4 to 11.
Online ticket purchases, which include unlimited visits to the SkyLift, SkyBridge and SkyDeck, will not be available as the park continues to follow CDC recommendations and practice safe social distancing.
For hours and more information, visit www.gatlinburgskylift.com.