Visiting amusement parks is a popular summertime activity. Parking, the lines, the heat and crowds will test even the most well-mannered family.
Before you visit the amusement park, review some basic etiquette guidelines. Following these guidelines will help your family have a memorable, adventurous and safe time.
Remember you are in public. Families are present. Don't dress for the club or the garden. Don't show too much skin.
Amusement parks are a microcosm of the world. Many nationalities, races, age groups and genders visit the park. There may be people with disabilities. Pointing, staring or making comments is disrespectful.
No one wants to stand on line. However, waiting is an amusement park ritual. Jumping line or complaining incessantly spoils it for everyone. Patience is truly a virtue at the amusement park.
Say Excuse Me-
It is virtually impossible not to step in front of someone, step on a foot or inadvertently bump in passing. Saying excuse me often and without prompting will derail any unattended offense.
Amusement parks have safety guidelines for good reason. Follow the rules, whatever they may be. The safety of the guests is of the upmost importance.