The theme park season is fully underway at Thorpe Park with DBGT Rise Of The Demon now open. Or has it? It would appear a few rides at the park are still having a lot of issues.
New for 2017 at Chessington World Of Adventures, the park seem to be dedicated to filling all of the seats on selected rides and attractions. Single ridder entrances have been added to Dragon Falls, Dragons Fury and now Zufari.
Thorpe Park has reached maximum captivity for today and the park have stated on their social media channels “Please do NOT travel to the park today unless you have a rebooked ticket as you will not be allowed entry”
Today Legoland has opened a brand new Fish and Chip restaurant located in Adventure Land. Located where one of the old Burger Kitchens used to be the inside and outside has been completely done up.
This easter weekend why not pop down to Legoland Windsor Resort where little ones can make their own Lego Easter Eggs. Along with taking place in a lego egg hunt among some of the worlds most iconic landmarks but in lego form.
After recent events in London just down the road from Thorpe Park security at the park has been increased.
Legoland Windsor has unveiled further details of their plans for the next 10 years, consisting of adding a new attraction, more car parking spaces and further accommodation in the form of lodges.
Although the adventure tree carousel was supposed to open last weekend on Sunday today the ride has opened to the public. With a message posted on social media the park announced the ride was finally open.
Work to preserve the future of the gardens at Alton Towers continues again this year with the Pagoda Fountain now under scaffolding following maintenance on it starting last year. Its believed this will finish by the start of the next season.
Following the success of the maze during Scarefest 2016, House of monsters will be making a return for this years scarefest event.