Issue 3/2020: May/June 2020

Topic Overview (Excerpt):

  • "Vertika" – La Récré des 3 Curés Acquires a Eurofighter
  • Legoland Germany: Becoming a Ninja Master with "Lloyd's Spinjitzu Spinner"
  • Kunibert's Adventure at Klotten Wildlife & Leisure Park
  • Faarup Sommerland: Reaching New Heights with "Saven"
  • Flying through Schwaben Park on "Hummel Brummel" Wie-Flyer Attraction
  • Park News from France & Belgium
  • Schloss Thurn Expands Magic Valley
  • Playing in the "Mouse Barn" at NaturZoo Rheine
  • OWL-Games Paderborn – An Indoor Event Centre
  • Germany's düb Leisure Pool in New Splendour
  • Soaky Mountain Waterpark: The New Waterpark Highlight in Tennessee
  • Forum Groningen: Technology, Art & Entertainment
  • Atelier des Lumières – Classic & Digital
  • One Hour Full of Art at The Art Hour in Mechelen
  • The Underwater World of the Diving Theatre
Special Feature
| Objectif Mars

Futuroscope's First Rollercoaster

The Futuroscope amusement park, opened in 1987 in Chasseneuil-du-Poitou (near Poitiers, France), presents this year the first rollercoaster in its history: "Objectif Mars". This all-new attraction is a Spinning Coaster from Intamin, the 500-metre long track of which is divided into three sections for an ever new ride experience ...

Special Feature
| Dôme équatorial

The Huge Project at ZooParc de Beauval

After a construction period of two and a half years and an investment of 40 million euros, France's ZooParc de Beauval has completed a gigantic construction project. Since February the “Dôme équatorial” has been inviting visitors to take a world tour around the equator, under a massive dome of glass and steel which is home to almost 200 animal species ...

Special Feature
| Dream Island

Moscow's New Indoor Attraction

After the postponement of the opening of the Dream Island indoor theme park in Moscow, the new family attraction officially welcomed its first visitors on 29 February this year. There are nine themed areas with over 35 attractions to discover – including 27 rides for both families and thrill-seekers ...

Special Feature
| ART & Storytelling

Examples of Modern Expo Design

For long-term success, it is an important task of museums to develop ever new, innovative exhibition concepts which let visitors engange with the objects on display. Examples of modern expo design can be found around the world – we present you with the new Forum Groningen, the Atelier des Lumières in Paris and The Art Hour Mechelen ...