Rameses Revenge is now closed! In 1995 Rameses Revenge opened at Chessington World Of Adventures. Manufactured by Huss rides, when it opened it was the worlds first top spin ride to feature an interactive water element, wetting guests brave enough to sit in the middle of the gondola.
Visit Chessington World of Adventures Resort on selected dates between Saturday October 12 to Sunday November 3, 2019, for a Howl’o’ween beyond your wildest screeeams!
Running on selected dates from 12th October – 3rd November 2019 Howl’o’ween is back at Chessington World Of Adventures. Creepy Caves Unearthed is returning for 2019 with a new edition called SPYDERS. Rumored to be replacing the old Lost Tomb Halloween attraction in Wild Asia.
Bounce into a new adventure this summer at Chessington World of Adventures. Running from 21st July - 2nd September 2019 the park have invested in two new attractions. One similar to Bouncezila at Thorpe Park and a huge sandpit.
Chessington announced earlier this year that Black buccaneer wouldn’t be reopening for the 2019 season and that the attraction had set sail on a journey.
New for summer 2019, star in your own animated movie experience at Chessington World Of Adventures. With the addition of Room on the Broom at the beginning of the season, the experience has been enhanced and extended in the old animal adventures shop. Near the exit for the Room on the Broom.
Serious improvements have been made to the car park infrastructure at Chessington World Of Adventures. The Explorer car park often referred to as the field or mud bath has been totally transformed over the past few months.
After 30 years of being operational at Chessington, Black Buccaneer has dropped its sail for the last time. The ride didn’t actually open for the 2019 theme park season after no work had been done to the ride rumors started to circulate that the ride wouldn’t be returning.
Welcome to Wonder Park! For one day only Chessington has rebranded its self to the new animation film Wonder Park staring Joe Sugg and Caspar Lee.
Work on upgrading the car parks at Chessington continues. We reported back in February that the park had started work on upgrading the grass car park that has caused issues over the past few years.