Field of Horrors will comply with the New York State Department of Health Interim Guidance for Low-Risk Outdoor Arts & Entertainment during the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency. Please click the links below for full details.
Haunted Houses – permitted consistent with Low Risk Indoor Arts and Entertainment guidance and the following conditions:
- Reduced capacity
- Face coverings required
- Social distance maintained between individuals/parties
Under the New York Forward plan, low-risk outdoor arts and entertainment activities include outdoor zoos, botanical gardens, nature parks, grounds of historic sites and cultural institutions, outdoor museums, and other similar institutions and activities. Detailed information is in the State Department of Health’s Interim Guidance for Low-Risk Outdoor Arts & Entertainment During the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency. MOME is in the process of developing FAQs about requirements and guidelines for certain activities relevant to the industries in our portfolio. Please check MOME’s COVID-19 Resources website for updates.
Note: This guidance does not address higher-risk outdoor arts and entertainment activities including, but not limited to, places of public amusement (e.g., amusement parks, waterparks, carnivals), concerts, or performing arts in excess of the non-essential gathering limit, which remain closed.
HAYRIDE CLOSED FOR 2020 PLEASE ADVISE: In accordance with the State Department of Health’s Interim Guidance for Low-Risk Outdoor Arts & Entertainment During the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency, our Hayride Attraction will be closed for the 2020 season. Our Five Haunted Houses will REMAIN OPEN!
Field or Horrors Max Capacity under normal operating conditions is 4,000