Owen Ralph uncovers the Lost Kingdom, Paultons’ new £9 million ($13m/€11.6m) dinosaur themed zone and finds out why, after the success of Peppa Pig World, this time the UK park chose not to license an intellectual property (IP).
A colourful new world has been unveiled at Italy’s no.1 amusement park. Gardaland’s new €8 million Kung Fu Academy which, opened last month, features an awesome new rollercoaster ride and a whole lot more.
It’s over a decade since Walibi Holland last added a rollercoaster, but this season the park in Flevoland has unveiled an eye-catching new construction from Mack Rides that is sure to keep all adrenaline-hungry guests happy.
FlyOver America, a $20 million immersive theatre experience, has opened as a standalone attraction at the Mall of America. Paul Ruben visits Minnesota to enjoy the experience and learn more about its operator’s plans to develop further FlyOver- branded attractions around the world.
Kentucky Kingdom, Louisville, Kentucky, has introduced its fifth rollercoaster, and the second since the park’s reopening three years ago under Ed Hart. Storm Chaser from Rocky Mountain Construction represents packs an abundance of thrills, writes Paul Ruben.
Two years on from introducing one of the world’s most unique and highly-themed flume rides (Chiapas), the German park Phantasialand has introduced another immersive new world.
Standing proudly overlooking the Champs Élysées from the Place de la Concorde, the new Roue de Paris from Mondial towers approximately 70 metres (230 feet) over the French capital.
Here is one of the first images of one of the new fully-themed rooms at Gardaland’s second hotel.
Der Schwur Des Kärnan is Gerstlauer’s first ever hypercoaster and the largest and most expensive project in Hansa Park’s history. Chief communication officer Claudia Leicht shares the ride’s story.