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SEASON PREVIEW: NORTH AMERICA A new Sesame Street themed land at SeaWorld Orlando is


scheduled to open in spring 2019. Guests can explore the iconic neighbourhood, including the famous 123 stoop, exciting rides, the park’s first-ever parade, beloved characters and interactive experiences. It replaces Shamu’s Happy Harbor. Frontier City in Oklahoma City will introduce an interactive new


kids’ area, Timber Town, that will feature four new, innovative attractions by Zamperla, plus enchanting new theming and fresh, re- imagined updates of the original children’s rides. New Jersey residents and visitors seeking entertainment will soon


be able to play in the Topgolf Swing Suit at iPlay America. The Topgolf Swing Suite will feature six simulators, comfortable lounge seating, HDTVs and full food and beverage service. It is scheduled to open in spring 2019. Merlin Entertainments has opened its first Peppa Pig World of Play


(PPWoP) attraction in the United States, located in Grapevine, Texas. The roll-out of the indoor play centre concept into the US market follows the successful launch of the inaugural PPWoP in Shanghai last October. The 14,000 square foot (1,301 sq m) standalone indoor play centre allows children and their families to enjoy exploring the world of Peppa Pig as they visit ten immersive play areas. Story Land, Glen, New Hampshire, is opening an aquarium called Living Shores Aquarium that is set to open in late Spring.


MULTIMEDIA ATTRACTIONS Part of Lego Movie World at Legoland Florida, on The Lego Movie Masters of Flight, visitors can hop aboard Emmet’s Triple Decker Flying Couch. From Brogent Technologies, this flying theatre attraction whisks guests away on a suspended ride with a full-dome virtual screen, giving the sensational feeling of flying. It will be the first attraction at a major theme park in the United States that embeds a 180º turn in the ride experience. The first-ever Mickey-themed ride-through attraction, Mickey and


Minnie’s Runaway Railway, will open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Guests will enter the world of “Mickey Mouse” cartoon shorts using new technologies to bring the flat cartoon world to life. The Flyer – San Francisco, the flying theatre attraction at Pier 39,


opened in January in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf. Created by Triotech in partnership with W.A. Alter, Inc. of San Francisco, The Flyer – San Francisco takes guests soaring over the biggest attractions and iconic landmarks throughout the City and the surrounding Bay Area. Triotech has also opened its 200th interactive XD Dark Ride


theatre, in which up to eight people can simultaneously target 3D images. It is now in operation at the Galeries de la Capitale Mega Park, an indoor amusement park located in Quebec City, Canada.


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The Flyer, San Francisco


At Universal Studios Florida in the space previously occupied


by Terminator 2: 3D, which closed last October. Universal has said only that it will be replaced by “an all-new live action experience based on a high-energy Universal franchise” that will open in 2019.


WOODEN COASTERS To celebrate Kentucky Kingdom’s 30th anniversary, the park will introduce a new roller coaster, the Kentucky Flyer, that will be ready to ride on the park’s opening day in 2019. Designed and built by the Gravity Group, it will have a 47 foot (14 m) tall lift hill followed by a 44 foot (13 m) first drop set at a 54º angle. Riders will travel over 1,288 feet (393 m) of track at a top speed of 35 mph (56 kph) as they experience 12 moments of airtime. It is believed another wooden coaster will open in 2019 but it has not yet been announced.


STEEL COASTERS When Canada’s Wonderland, Vaughan, Ontario, opens its gates for the 2019 season, the park’s skyline will be forever transformed by Yukon Striker, the longest, fastest, and tallest dive roller coaster in the world, designed by Bolliger & Mabillard. Situated in the newly themed area Frontier Canada, it will be the country’s first dive coaster and the park’s 17th coaster. The towering Steel Curtain roller coaster will rule Kennywood’s


skyline. Designed by S&S Worldwide, Steel Curtain will break a Pennsylvania record (tallest roller coaster), a North American record (most inversions), and a world record (tallest inversion). The colossal steel structure of the coaster will serve as a landmark addition to the park and a high-energy entry point welcoming guests to Steelers Country. Carowinds, Charlotte, North Carolina, will mark a turning point in its evolution as a destination amusement park when it introduces


PARK WORLD Handbook & Buyers Guide 2019


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