With GCI being on site for the past few weeks it was only time until track work started.
Lego Ninjago World at Legoland Windsor Resort is less than a week away from opening its doors to the public.
We attended Alton Towers the Sunday just gone and have noticed some small changes to the resort.
The Gruffalo River Ride Adventure has now been open for just over 8 weeks at Chessington World Of Adventures. Over the past few weeks the ride has been ridden by many guests and geeks and has received very good reviews!
Not much has changed since our last update, the rebar has been replaced by concrete and brackets have been placed to set the positions for the wood however have not been fixed into position but it heavily hints to wood going on site soon.
Congo River Rapids and over rapids rides at Merlin parks have been closed for the past few days after a serious incident at Drayton Manor theme park earlier on in the week.
Work on SW8 is continuing nicely! Footers are being poured left right and centre with the top end of the site looking complete and ready for rollercoaster construction!
Throughout 2014-2018 Alton Towers has invested over £1.9 Million into preserving the gardens and its ruins. Work on the conservatory in the centre of the gardens continues with scaffolding now covering the entire structure.
Slammer has always been on of those rides that if you see it operational you had to run to it before it broke down. But today Thorpe Park have confirmed on there social media channels that the ride will not be opening in 2017.
Castle Hotel at Legoland is due to open very soon, dated to open on 1st July 2017 theres still a lot of work left to do until opening day! However the hotel is looking great from across the lake.