Something Tigerrific is coming to Chessington in 2018. Work on Tiger Rock isn’t standing around for anyone.
Some unexpected news coming out from Alton Towers today. The Katanga Canyon to Mutiny Bay pathway has now reopened to the public, more than likely to cope with the extra footfall that October half term and subsequentially fireworks bring.
With one more scare free weekend to go we thought we would pop down and visit Alton Towers to see what is happening around the resort and what has been done to prepare for the Scarefest season.
With two weeks to go, everything is coming together to get everything ready for Scarefest. With more work than every before with 4 mazes to prepare as well as a scare zone, Freak Show.
The Hill Train at Legoland Windsor has been closed for almost the whole season, operating for only a few weeks the transport system from the top of the park down to the centre has been broken for the longest time since the park became Legoland.
Fright Nights begin in just 10 days time! The park is starting to look ready for what could be the biggest and best year ever.
Rush at Thorpe Park looks to remain closed for the rest of the 2017 theme park season. Although not confirmed by the park yet the maintenance team have started to dismantle the ride ready for its closed season maintenance.
Fright Nights is 18 days away from beginning and work around the park is in full swing to get the everything ready for the event. The old experiment 10 shipping containers have made a return.
Lots of work has happened on site since our last visit to the park.
Today Thorpe Park Resort announced the theme of this year’s Halloween event Fright Nights. Rumours had been going around for a few weeks that the theme could be Walking Dead and today the park have confirmed it with possibly the best PR stunt.