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All the fun of the farm!


New kids land opens at Djurs


The Danish park Djurs Sommerland has opened a fun new kids’ area. Decorated with timber-framed houses with thatched roofs, water mills, colourful agricultural machinery and oversized vegetables, Bondegårdsland opened on May 1. The farm-themed land features 10 new rides, many of them the first of their kind in Scandinavia, and represents an investment equal to €6 million. At 10,000 square metres is almost twice as big as the Lilleputland area it replaces. There’s lots of fun for to be had by families as they try and keep all the animals


in check. The fox is on the loose, and it is time for a thrilling chicken chase on board the new family rollercoaster. Afterwards, children and adults can work together in an interactive carousel, helping the farmer with the grain grinding. And the mischievous sheep has painted a bull’s eye on the back of all the bulls, which has made them completely bewildered, chasing each other in a surprising, rotating family ride. Theming is by Jora Vision and ride suppliers include Zierer, Zamperla, Metallbau Emmeln and Wood Design. “In recent years, we experienced a major increase in the number of visitors to


Djurs Sommerland, so we want to expand capacity by opening a new themed area,” explains park CEO, Henrik B Nielsen. "By opening Bondegårdsland, we give families with children of all ages an even wider selection of rides which they can enjoy together.” Djurs Sommerland is the biggest summer park in Scandinavia and Denmark's


fourth largest amusement park. Situated in Jutland, just a 30-minute drive from the city of Aarhus, more than €40 million has been invested into the park since 2008, leading to a 30% growth in visitor numbers. More to follow on . Bondegårdsland soon in Park World.


djurssommerland.dk 26 MAY 2015


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