The Wave waterpark to re-open on 21 May
After being closed for months due to the global pandemic, Coventry’s £36.7m waterpark, The Wave, is re-opening for the first public session on 21 May.
While general admission sessions re-commence on Friday 21 May, Parent and Toddler sessions in the waterpark will be back from Tuesday 18 May and Family Fun sessions will start on Wednesday 19 May.
Safety measures remain in place including reduced capacity for each session, staff are wearing the appropriate safety equipment and hand sanitiser is available for customer use around the building. Further details regarding safety measures can be found on The Wave’s website.
The state-of-the-art waterpark showcases six high octane slides, each offering a combination of speed and thrills.
From the Torrent – which drops riders 20 metres – to roller coaster rides like the Cyclone which drops you into the plunge pool. Each slide is a unique experience complemented by light and sound features which ensure complete immersion for the rider.
Also found within the waterpark is The Reef; a splash pad area with jets, tipping buckets and smaller accessible slides for toddlers along with a lazy river and wave pool which churns over 20 million litres of water every day.
The Wave provides for all ages and makes the perfect family activity.
Paul Breed, Chief Executive for CV Life who operate The Wave, said: I’m so pleased The Wave has finally re-opened. We have been waiting patiently for the green light from the Government to do so.
“We have maintained safety measures to ensure our visitors are safe and can still enjoy their time at the waterpark to the maximum.
“I look forward to seeing visitors return to use the fantastic waterpark soon.” Mana Spa within The Wave is also now open and ready for bookings online. Make sure to book ahead of any visit to avoid disappointment. Opening hours, prices and further COVID-19 updates at The Wave can be found on the website. Book your tickets now on The Wave’s website.