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platforms and climbing devices with a wobble bridge on a separate play island will encourage children and young people to playfully train their motor skills. A water play path with interactive play stations will also be created and themed around the Wildschönau dragon saga. The dragon is the heraldic animal of the Wildschönau community and, according to the story, created the nearby Kundler Gorge.


Plopsa, the theme park division of


Studio 100 that operates seven parks, across four countries has entered into an agreement for construction of a new indoor amusement park in Prague. TNI Group concluded a license agreement with Plopsa for the construction of the park and the use of Studio 100-characters. The principal investor, is the investments group KAPRAIN. Tomas Novak, owner of the TNI Group, is looking forward to the collaboration: “Nowadays, you have to offer visitors something unique, for example combination of entertainment and shopping. The emphasis on experience has become a trend, and Plopsa knows everything about giving people a joyful entertaining experience, adds Tomas.


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“Not only with Plopsa, but also with KAPRAIN, we found a partner who shares our point of view and who wants to put this concept on the Czech map.” The park will consist of about 15


attractions, including a roller coaster, a wave swinger, and a free fall tower. Most of the attractions will be thematised around the popular character Maya the Bee. The three parties would like to start as soon as possible with the construction. Opening is planned for late 2021.


Ghostly Galleon Pirate Ship in Smuggler's Wharf, Gullivers Valley


Confectionary giant Tony's Chocolonely, the most popular chocolate brand in the Netherlands, has unveiled plans for a chocolate factory theme park located near Amsterdam. The brand told press that the main aim of the theme park is to teach children and adults alike about chocolate slavery and the mistreatment of farmers in west Africa. Currently due to open in 2024 - and


with the capacity to welcome up to 500,000 visitors every year - sketches so far are said to depict a chocolate themed island spanning three buildings, with a roller coaster, boats and a working factory together with larger than life chocolate bars decorating the outside of the buildings. World Wheel Company has been


granted permission to build Giants on the Quayside in Newcastle upon Tyne, a new destination for leisure, sport, food and drink built around a 140-metre giant observation wheel, dubbed The Whey Aye. A date for opening has not yet been announced. Puy du Fou has signed its first contract in China. The country’s first ‘Puy du Fou’ will open in 2022 at the foot of the Great Wall.


Open now Children’s indoor adventure experience Nickelodeon Adventure made its UK debut in February at intu Lakeside in Thurrock,


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