Walibi Holland FAQ
Do I need to print my tickets?
No, that’s not necessary. You can always show your tickets barcodes on your mobile phone or tablet.
Is there some sort of security system watching over my car?
No, parking at the Walibi car park is entirely at one’s own risk. Walibi is not liable for damage suffered as a consequence of breaking into or the theft of one’s car.
Are weapons allowed in the amusement park?
No, the carrying of guns or any other dangerous objects is forbidden. Walibi Holland retains the right to remove the owner of this from the park, possibly in concerted action with the police.
Is smoking allowed in the amusement park?
No, smoking is prohibited in the queues, attractions, and catering establishments. This also applies to e-cigarettes.
Are pets allowed in Walibi Holland?
No, pets are not allowed, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind and the disabled.
Are bicycles allowed on the park premises?
Cycling is allowed outside of the park but it is forbidden to enter the park with a bicycle, skates, scooter or other vehicles with the exception of wheelchairs and baby strollers.
Do certain rules apply to participation in some rides?
Yes, certain rules do apply. Height, posture and/or health criteria can apply to certain attractions. These limits are implemented for the safety of the visitors. No refund is provided if a visitor cannot participate in an attraction as a result of the criteria applied.
Is there a dress code for Walibi Holland?
Yes, a shirt, shorts, and shoes must be worn at all times and on warm days as well. Access to the park can be denied when visitors show up in inappropriate clothing which damages the good atmosphere in Walibi. Access to certain attractions can also be refused if clothing may involve a safety hazard.
Note: Persons who are dressed up or wish to enter the park wearing (sports) club clothing may be refused and/or removed from the park without any right to a refund (or a part of the price) of the entrance ticket and/or other reimbursements.