Archive for May, 2011

Scream Zone Coney Island
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Scream Zone Coney Island

Following the debut last season of Luna Park at Coney Island, Central Amusement International (CAI) has added a second selection of rides to this famous New York City (NYC) destination.

Rainbow MagicLand opens in Rome
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Rainbow MagicLand opens in Rome

Europe’s newest theme park was officially unveiled during a grand opening ceremony just outside Rome on May 25.

Wooden Warrior – thrill machine in disguise
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Wooden Warrior – thrill machine in disguise

Designed by The Gravity Group, Wooden Warrior at Quassy Amusement Park is a tidy 1,250-feet-long (381-metres) with a maximukm height of 35ft (10.5-metres). Paul Ruben reports.

KMG Mission Space
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KMG Mission Space

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Actually it’s the latest big thrill ride from Dutch manufacturer KMG and it debuted recently Fair in Rotterdam.

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SkyCycle

From Eco-Adventure Technologies, SkyCycle will give Florida’s EcoSafaris Park a brand new way to look at nature.

New rides in Neusiedlersee
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New rides in Neusiedlersee

Familypark Neusiedlersee, formerly Märchenpark Neusiedlersee, has opened two new rides for 2011.

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Merlin enters Rome

Merlin Entertainments is to open a third Sea Life aquarium in Italy – the first of what could be several attractions in Rome.

WhiteWater at the zoo!
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WhiteWater at the zoo!

Several zoos throughout the United States have added carousels and rides in recent years, but until now few have integrated waterpark attractions.

Gary Goddard – back in the park!
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Gary Goddard – back in the park!

Now that the $1.9 billion (€1.3bn) Galaxy Macau resort casino has opened (it debuted on May 15), Gary Goddard – pictured here on site – can get back to working on theme park projects.

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Ni Hao Kitty!

Sanrio, owner of the Hello Kitty brand, is to license a theme park in China based around the kitsch cat character.

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