Issue 4/2020: July/August 2020

Topic Overview (Excerpt):

  • "Underlandet": A Magical World in Liseberg
  • The Noisette Express in Nigloland
  • Food Brands in Theme Parks
  • "Wakala": Bellewaerde's New Family Coaster
  • Walibi Holland Hits the Gas
  • Roma World: On the Trail of the Romans
  • The New Dino Experience Park in the Netherlands
  • Redwood Forest: New Play Structure in Wildpark Frankenhof
  • The Smurfs Theme Park in Shanghai
  • Isn't Canada Tiny: New Miniature World in Toronto
  • DreamWorks Water Park – Superlative Water Fun
  • Wildwaterbaan: Bosbad Putten Opens New Attraction
  • Swimming Pool Water Treatment with Ultrafiltration
  • Auebad Kassel Launches New Turbo Slide
  • Bloggers & Influencers Help Increase the Reach
  • Service with Face Masks: Body Language, Friendly Messages
Special Feature
| Lego's Flight Adventure

The m-Ride's International Take-off

Flying theaters have so far been operated mainly in large amusement parks, which have both the required space and the necessary budget for such an attraction, but in recent years they have also increasingly become stand-alone attractions. On the other hand, smaller leisure facilities that wish to offer flight experiences based on media content usually opt for ...

Special Feature
| Social Media Tools

An Essential Part of Successful Marketing

According to a survey carried out by the YouGov opinion research institute on behalf of Readly in March 2020, almost half of the respondents browse on their smartphones without any specific reason. According to the study: “When broken down by age group the findings reveal some striking differences: among 18 to 29-yearolds, 80 percent say they have at some ...

Special Feature
| Day X

Solutions for Safe Park Operations

The global Covid-19 pandemic and the measures to combat it also represent an unprecedented challenge for the international amusement industry. Theme parks, adventure pools and zoos have spent weeks under enormous pressure developing concepts for safe guest operations. According to the latest SARS-CoV-2 virus research and the resulting recommendations ...

Special Feature
| Waterpark Report

Pools Before & After the Lockdown

The complete closure of swimming pools (not only in Europe) was part of the comprehensive lockdown with which earlier this year all public activities in most countries were forcibly shut down from one moment to the next. And although individual leisure pools are currently in the process of opening up again, albeit slowly, the economic impact of the lockdown ...