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Legacy Entertainment 4716 Vineland Ave, North Hollywood, CA 91602 T: 310.601.2010


E: info@legacystudio.com W:www.legacyentertainment.com


Legacy Entertainment L


egacy Entertainment is a global leader in the realm of entertainment design, with over 40 successful


projects opened since the company’s formation in 2002. Legacy is notable for its boutique approach and limited capacity, only taking on 3-4 projects at any given time in order to maintain its famous quality standards. The efficacy of this strategy is reflected in the firm’s unparalleled project success rate, and as a result Legacy has enjoyed repeat business from a number of global entertainment leaders including Cirque du Soleil, Six Flags, Hershey’s, Chimelong, Lotte World, and Galaxy Macau, among others.


Products and Services Mediums: Theme Parks; Water Parks; Rides & Attractions; 4D Theatres; Aquariums; Animal Parks & Zoos; Museums, Pavilions & Exhibitions; Malls & Retail Stores; Brand Centres & Experiences; Parades; Nighttime Spectaculars; Music Festivals; Live Theatre; Immersive Theatre; Icon Design; Integrated Resorts; Casino Resorts; and Themed Retail & Dining


Services Concept Design; Master Planning; Ride, Show & Attraction Design; Schematic Design; Design Development; Wayfinding & Graphic Design; Brand Development; Design Supervision; Art & Technical Direction; Project Management; Production


Taylor Jeffs, president & chief creative officer


Legacy designed Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park


Supervision; Creative Consulting; Software Creation & Media Production; IP Development & Cross-Media Planning.


Key Markets One of the greatest strengths of Legacy is our extensive international experience. Having created projects in countries all over the world, our team is adept at navigating through the many artistic, cultural and communication challenges that come with working overseas. Every major executive and principal at the company has real world experience managing successful projects in foreign countries as diverse as China, Macau, Qatar, Korea, Japan, Mexico, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines.


PARK WORLD Handbook and buyers guide 2019


Company Strengths Legacy’s focus on quality over quantity has resulted in some of the greatest success stories of the last decade, including Galaxy Macau, the Georgia Aquarium, and Lotte World Expansion, to name a few. Our organisation is modelled after a motion picture studio system and operates with a core executive group overseeing multiple project teams of varying sizes. Each key manager is a ‘hands-on’ participant in the process of managing the company, with the design and production managers being actively engaged in each of the projects they are assigned to manage. It is this system that has allowed us to create, design, produce and build a multitude of complex projects around the world.


2019 and beyond Legacy currently has nine projects under-construction around the globe, with two others set to begin construction imminently. Among the most notable upcoming projects are Trans Studio Bali and Trans Studio Cibubur, the latter of which will be home to Road Rage, the world’s first “Stunt Show Dark Ride”. 2020 will see the debut of the Hengdian Shanghai Bund Theme Park & Movie Studio in Hengdian, China, while 2021 will mark the premiere of Lotte’s Magic Forest- an all new mega park now rising in Busan, Korea.


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