Precautions in WOW PARK against COVID-19

Safety is always the most important thing for both the guests and the staff of WOW PARK, which is why we have taken a number of necessary precautions to help reduce the risk of infection in the park. With joint help, we will make sure to minimize the risk of infection to the greatest extent possible, so that together we can enjoy the experiences in WOW PARK.

Please read these important cautions carefully and be aware of these important precautions.

WOW PARK Billund - Opening hours 
WOW PARK Skjern - Opening hours

The health regulations dictate requirements about a corona pass to a visit to WOW PARK:

By corona pass documentation is meant by:

  • A proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 72 hours, calculated from the time, the test is taken. Both a PCR test and a antigen test will suffice. Documentation can be either electronical or presented on paper


  • A proof of a positive test result from persons who have been previously been infected with COVID-19, between 14 days and 12 weeks prior to their visit to the park. This calculated from the time the test is taken​


  • A completed COVID-19 vaccination program against COVID-19. A vaccination program against COVID-19 is considered completed 14 days after the final dose.

Remember to ensure your mobile phone is charged and can display the proof of a negative test. You may also bring a printed version of the information. There may be problems with the website and the app MinSundhed.

The requirement for a negative COVID-19 test does not apply to the following people:

  • Children under 15 years
  • Persons who, for medical reasons, should not have a COVID-19 test performed
  • Persons who should not have a COVID-19 test due to a physical or mental disability

Throughout the park, there are posted important signs with information from the National Board of Health and from WOW PARK.  

Official information can also be read here.

There is plenty of space in WOW PARK, so physical distancing is very possible. We have put a rope with a distance marking at the entrance to our activities.  It should help eager children and adults to avid standing in crowded lines.  If lines stat to form, we encourage you to move on to another activity and return later.

Hand-washing basins and hand-spraying stations are located throughout the park, and they are well-marked and identified.  

It is important to adhere to the rules and regulations posted at each activity, especially when gust flow is directed in a one-way direction.


We provide clear protective barriers at all points of sale in the park

At the Food Court in Billund and at the Forest Café in Skjern, all food is provided via take-away (no table service). 

We provide extra cleaning in the toilets and the dining facilities as well as on other contact surfaces throughout the park, including the activites.

Make sure you buy your tickets online to minimize the need for manual transactions and physical contact. Tickets purchased online are equipped with a QR code, which provides direct access to the park through the entrances. Annual passes also have a QR code.

Please use a payment card whenever possible.

Please keep your distance, pay attention, avoid physical contact and make room for each other - including all guests and staff. 

Health If you have symptoms for COVID-19, or you know someone close to you with symptoms, you should not visit the park.

Read here about the symptoms of COVID-19 and the general advice from the authorities in the area.

We believe that the capacity of WOW PARK is appropriate in relation to the number of guests who wish to visit us. If the situation changes, we will of course take the necessary measures to limit the number of visitors.

WOW PARK Hovedkontor: Havremarken 15, 7190 Billund 
CVR: 40777628
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