Professor Chris Kemp offers best practice for the prevention of terrorist attacks at theme parks and attractions.
Søren Kragelund discusses the new hotel added to Fårup Sommerland in his last season as CEO, how it has had a positive effect on park business, and the hands-on role his daughter played in designing it.
Jeff Havlik of PGAV Destinations reveals why rides and nature can represent a heady mix.
Special events can be a critical element a theme park’s financial success. Buzz Price Thea Award winner Ron Miziker shares some tips for success from a lifetime in live entertainment.
31 Larry Steele from Bob’s Space Racers reveals how a successful games operation can add to a park’s bottom line.
Happy children make for happy parents and that means they will spend more money at your facility as a result. Deborah Holt from the Association of Play industries (API) explains more.
Once upon time, if you wanted to ride the best rides, you bought an E-ticket, Disney’s top tier attraction ticket. These days, a vast array of higher end experiences are available to theme park guests willing to pay for the privilege. Clara Rice reports.
Bill Butler traces the development of automated, animated figures as a means of entertainment, after which Park World assembles a panel of experts for an animated discussion (pun intended).
Forrec’s John Plumpton details the diverse range of entertainment centres available today – between them catering to all members of the family.