Christmas is coming to town and closed season work is progressing well across Thorpe Park. Since our last drive down scaffolding has been put up around some sections of Colossus and work on the bridge into the park seems to be progressing.
Christmas at Legoland Windsor is fully underway, however, this year's event is slightly different, due to the hill train undergoing extensive maintenance work guests are walking down the hill to get into the park for the Christmas event.
In a bold new move Thorpe Park has become the first park to release their new IMAscore music on a CD for guests to listen to outside of the park. For the past two years the park has teamed up with company IMAscore to recompose and create new tracks around the park.
For the past two years the Nemesis station has been repainted and given some extra tlc and it would appear that this year the maintenance and repainting of the station continues.
The closed season has begun and work on the monorail at Alton Towers has begun. Last year we reported that work was going on to install a new evacuation platform but it would seem it was later scrapped off and postponed until this years closed season.
The day of deals are here, We are going to run through the best deals that the theme parks/attractions are running on this year's Black Friday:
The closed season has officially begun with enthusiasts across left wondering whats new for 2018 at Thorpe Park.
Changes have been confirmed for Merlin Annual Passes as of the 28th November 2017. The main bulk of the changes are related to heavier restrictions on the Standard Merlin Annual Pass.
Standard annual pass changes:
Back in November 2014 Thorpe Park announced that the carousel was going to be removed to make way for a new attraction which later become Derren Browns Ghost Train.
Lifetime Annual Pass' at LEGOLAND Windsor have been quietly removed over the past few weeks. The annual pass entitled the holder to unlimited entry into the park for the cost of £600+ per person.