Hi guys. I was just reading a really interesting blog post on Cupcakes and Coasters (@nadroJ's blog) about her predictions for the 2020s in the theme park industry, and it got me thinking about my personal predictions for what the 2020s could hold in the theme park industry. So I made this topic...
We have missed this since November apparently, but Chessington are giving a four year partnership with Elmer the elephant and retheming Flying Jumbos starting in 2020
There is only one article on this so far but not available to see in the European region, but Kennywood will be retracking Thunderbolt and it won't operate over halloween
Just seen Amusement Insiders video on the Q2 Stock Holders call. For now, it is said that Canada's Wonderland have green light on the hotel, apparently announcing something on August 14th and there's possibly one or two more coasters (other than Kings Island) in 2020...and it could be a smaller...
For me, the parks with the best entrances are:
•Islands of Adventure ('The Adventure Begins/Lives On' 🥺 Also the music is great)
•Alton Towers (I absolutely love the entrance music here and Towers Street always gets me excited)
•PortAventura World (Mediterranìa is a brilliant and beautiful...
Looks okay. 3 new 'fears' for 2019 - yet to be revealed, but...come on?
A scarier upgrade to Jungle Escape, a new Creek Woods Sawmill Ltd maze and a Fright Nights show - could tell it from each description! 😠
First off, as a joke, at least I'm not starting my posts recently with "I've been told" lol 😂.
But seriously, I've just found this image of a shipment and it looks like a Zamperla attraction will join Carowinds in 2020. The article from Coaster Net, states that three attractions they think it...
This should be a good fit for Le Pal...
So this is basically a clone of Atlantica Supersplash at Europa Park and I'm very excited for Le Pal's future. Cause they are building this and that new Pal Savana Reserve hotel resort for 2021 too.
Hi guys. Many of us have been visiting theme parks for years, so I'd imagine that we've probably had a fair few embarrassing moments in that time. So my question to you is; what moments have been your most embarrassing theme park moments?
For me, it would definitely be my first (and probably...
Hi guys. I had an experience yesterday that prompted me to ask you all; what is the quietest you've ever seen a theme park? I know theme parks can often be crowded places, but have you ever been to a park that was particularly quiet?
The experience I was referring to was my visit to Oakwood...
I definitely think somewhere like a Drayton Manor or someone like that could buy this. It's now in storage at Rusutsu Resort in Japan but easily could be shipped to the UK. (Look at the shipping possibly from Brazil to Flamingo Land)
Hi guys. I was just reading through Screamscape when I found this interesting item from quite a while ago that I'm surprised no one has picked up on:
Sounds very interesting, especially if it is to carry the same theme as the ride it is replacing! What do you guys think?
P.S. Here's the...
Please skip to 20:08 for the exact details but apparently, senior management at Thorpe Park were spotted measuring the building of Angry Birds 4D, after coming out of the nearby shop.
Is something planned for the building?
I know the only evidence of this is an Instagram story post that I just came across, but apparently, news recently shows that there are current talks for Hershand Family Entertainment to buy Six Flags Over Texas (with the possible mention of St Louis and Over Texas) by 2021 (for Over Texas...