Frazzle the Dragon at Chessington is the animatronic dragon that lives outside the entrance to Dragons Furys. However, he appears to have gone on holiday for a little bit.
Tortilla has opened at Chessington World of Adventures. Serving freshly made, award winning California-style Mexican food. Located in Mexicana the food unit fits in nicely with the area it's based in.
Chessington World Of Adventures has announced project Amazon, a new rollercoaster and 2 new flat rides to be installed on the grass bank next to Dragons Fury, previously used for Summer Bounce and summer picnics.
Chessington has made some modifications to queue lines that ride access pass holders use the gain access to the ride.
Wanyama Village has received some changes during the closed season involving the removal of an old animal enclosure and the installation of a new play area in its place.
Tiny Truckers at Chessington is a very popular ride and always has a queue over half an hour on a normal day. With the ride not having many vehicles, the capacity of the ride isn't very high, however, the park has tried to combat this and has conjoined all of the cars together.
Chessington has started to add on-ride photos to selected attractions in the new for 2020 The Rainforest area. River Rafts and Jungle Rangers are currently having on-ride photo cameras and systems installed with a new photo booth installed at the exit of River Rafts.
Blue Barnacle has officially opened to guests this afternoon, the park reopened on Monday however Blue Barnacle remained closed. We presume this was due to the cold weather.
Croc Drop has officially opened at Chessington World of Adventures, after a snowy start to the morning Sobek managed to melt the snow to drop guests 25.6 meters into the mouth of the crocodile.
Chessington has announced that it will begin charging guests for paper versions of the 2021 theme park map. Maps can be purchased from Adventure Point and cost £3 each.