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High Court Injunction

Merlin Entertainments Group has obtained a High Court injunction in order to deter unauthorised access into any of its attractions. 

Following several instances of repeated and reckless trespass at some of its properties, Merlin Entertainments Group was granted an injunction at the High Court of Justice in London on 10th August 2018.

In respect of its properties within England and Wales, the injunction applies to the three named individuals on the Court Order, together with those who trespassed with them but remain unidentified, as well as any person that may attempt to trespass in the future.

The three named individuals, and those unidentified associates, are also forbidden from entering any of Merlin Entertainments’ properties worldwide without written prior permission.

Merlin Entertainments Group takes matters regarding safety and security extremely seriously and will continue to ensure that robust measures are in place to protect our visitors, employees and properties, in order to deter other individuals and groups from engaging in dangerous or reckless activities of this nature.

Full details of the Court Order, and a list of all the properties to which it applies worldwide, can be found in the supporting documentation set out below.

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Covid-19 Update

Following the government announcement recently, we will soon be sharing our plans with you for reopening and welcoming you back through our doors.

Since we closed on March 20, we’ve been working tirelessly to make sure that when we’re ready to reopen and welcome you back, it will be in the safest way possible.

Our team of health & safety experts have created a plan which will enable us to deliver on our promise of keeping your well-being and safety as our top priority.

Please click here to find out more about the changes we're implementing and booking enquiries.