Protecting our visitors and employees.
Updated 16th July 2021
The wearing of face coverings becomes a personal choice on 19th July 2021 and we encourage customers to continue to wear a face covering if they can. We are removing our social distancing restrictions around the museum and will be returning to normal occupancy levels for all our activities. All other precautions such as screens, hand sanitisers, extra cleaning etc will remain in place.
At Armourgeddon we aim to provide a memorable experience with the safety and wellbeing of our visitors and employees in mind. All our activities are outdoors where there is plenty of fresh air to circulate. For instance the hatches are open on all tank driving activities and customers sit slightly raised above the vehicle. During a Tank Paintball Battle it is not possible to open the hatches for safety reasons but air still flows. We do ask that you are considerate to your fellow crew members and our employee and wear a face covering during the actual tank battle.
We have introduced a range of Health & Safety measures that seek to reduce the risk associated with Covid-19 that are in line with Government advise.
Some of the measures set out below may be clearly visible to you from the moment you arrive, others require consideration from visitors to help ensure everyone stays safe from Covid-19.
Before You Arrive
We hope these new health and safety measures provide visitors with confidence to visit Armourgeddon. Whilst every effort is being taken to protect the safety and wellbeing of our visitors, everyone should inform themselves and others of the risks, conditions and personal responsibilities before they visit.
We all very much look forward to seeing you!