With the theme park season drawing to a close in many countries and people forced to stay home again, we thought we’d bring you a brand new article series. Expect regular updates from myself as we explore one of the most beautiful, cultural and historical regions of Europe: Scandinavia!
We’ll be taking you from Norway across to Finland, through Sweden and then down to Denmark. We’ll be providing you with detailed insights and top tips into the theme parks each of these countries has to offer. We will also be diving into which rollercoasters and attractions you aren’t going to want to miss out on. So grab a cup of coffee, a slice of cake and enjoy!
Continue reading “Scandinavia Series- Part 8: Djurs Sommerland, Denmark”
Though we have known about it for some time now, Nigloland finally officially announced its new coaster for 2021: Krampus Expedition ! The park, as well as the local papers, unveiled artwork and picturess of the construction site as of today! Here is a recap of everything Krampus Expedition at Nigloland ! Continue reading “Nigloland – Krampus Expedition Details”
After a recent second video teaser, Movie Park Germany already revealed more about their brand new attraction for 2021. Yes, coaster fans, the park announced a brand new coaster by Intamin! Continue reading “Multi Dimension Coaster coming to Movie Park Germany in 2021”
A new lien filed by Bolliger and Mabillard confirms they were working with SeaWorld on a new Custom Launch Coaster. Let’s take a look!
Continue reading “New Lien Confirms SWO 2021 Project Was a Custom B&M Launch Coaster”
It looks like Kentucky Kingdom had already begun planning their 2021 addition before the Coronavirus pandemic hit. We recently discovered height waivers filed by the park back in February for the addition of a 108ft tall roller coaster not-so-subtly named “Raptor”. As you can see on the document below, the construction was planned to take place from September 2020 until May of 2021.
Continue reading “Kentucky Kingdom Planning RMC Raptor for 2021?”
Documents have been uncovered on the LA County permitting website that show plans for a new roller coaster for Six Flags Magic Mountain! The proposed ride, an RMC Raptor/single rail coaster would re-use the former Green Lantern station and use some of the area currently occupied by Tidal Wave. Read on to take a closer look!
Continue reading “Permit Shows New Coaster Planned for Six Flags Magic Mountain”