Theme parks in California are allowed to reopen at a limited capacity as soon as April 1, however reservations and face coverings are required and only California residents can visit. Those counties that have moved into the red tier of the state’s reopening plan can resume operating rides but have to follow a number of strict protocols. We’ve updated our original story below with the latest reopening info for each theme park.
You’re likely to never run out of places to explore and things to do in Los Angeles. But even with all of those options, sometimes you just want to tune everything out and scream your head off on a roller coaster. Thankfully, L.A. has no shortage of theme parks and amusement parks. Whether you’re seeking thrills or a family-friendly day out, plan a visit for one (or more) of these amusement parks in Southern California, from an old movie studio in the hills outside Hollywood to a pier by a Santa Monica beach.