Yes closed toed shoes are required. It's a safety issue but I can't say they turn people away who aren't wearing them.
For the bobsled yes
They would not sell
Me a ticket without closed toed shoes for any of the rides !
For the museum and observing the water area, you do not need closed toe shoes. If you want to actually do one of the activities, you would need closed toe shoes.
Yes if you want to do any of the activities.
No not required
Kevin is correct. No for the museum but yes for activities
No. If you want to just all around the area you can wear open-toed shoes.
If you're planning on doing the activities then yes, but if you're just going to watch the shows and see the museum then no.
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