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Wild Adventures snaps up new alligator attractions


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019 will see Wild Adventures Theme Park, Georgia, build a new kids’ area boasting immersive wildlife experiences, six rides, and the chance to get up close with South Georgia’s most intriguing native species.


American Alligators are at the heart of the new kids’ area, which will be constructed


near the main entrance to the park, and the experience will begin with a new exhibit that will be home to dozens of alligators – Alligator Alley.


The six kid-friendly rides have been reimagined from existing attractions, and include


Okefenokee Express, a train that takes junior travellers through the waters of the swampy South. Guests can take a whirl on Flying Gators and Turtle Twist, and Swampwater Snake is a slither-sliding family coaster. Little ones can hop to the top with Hoppin’ Gator, and see some more friendly creatures at the swamp, Okefenokee Express. Construction will begin in October 2018 and is set for competition in March 2019.


2019 expansion for the NRCMA


The National Roller Coaster Museum (NRCMA) is expanding its Texas-based archive to include a nearly 10,000sqft exhibition space to be named after founding board member and Uremet Corporation founder Mark Moore.


The Mark Moore Wing will display a


portion of the Museum’s collection of artefacts, designs, photographs and ride vehicles for public viewing and research purposes. Its nearly three-story vaulted ceiling will allow the largest of the equipment and signage to be displayed, as well as providing a second floor mezzanine for additional exhibits. The new building will be attached to the existing 10,000-square-foot archive space with a new entrance building featuring a 1930s Eyerly Octopus ticket booth, pre- experience theatre, and a multi-purpose carousel-themed meeting room. Building construction is due to be completed in summer 2021.


The Simpsons go 4D


The Simpsons in 4D, designed and built by SimEx-Iwerks, is making waves at Myrtle Beach, USA. The first-of-its-kind attraction features Springfield’s Kwik-E-Mart and Aztec Theater, where guests will be able to rub shoulders with their favourite town residents – including the Simpson family themselves. The Kwick-E-Mart is a fully immersive, fully themed experience, and sells an array of


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iconic products such as Buzz Cola, Heat-Lamp Hot Dogs, and Lard Lad Donuts. In addition to these Springfield staples, the Kwik-E-Mart offers a variety of food and beverage options, as well as unique The Simpsons merchandise. Due to premiere later in the year, the Aztec Theater is a ticketed attraction with a fully themed lobby and theatre where guests join the Simpsons family in a new 4D adventure.


Irvine Ondrey Engineering welcomes new engineer


American theme park engineering company, Irvine Ondrey Engineering, has welcomed Gabriel Russ to its engineering team. Irvine Ondrey Engineering CEO, Brian Ondrey, commended Russ, who previously spent a year working as an intern within the company. Brain Ondrey commented: "Congratulations to our newest engineer on staff, Gabriel Russ! Through passion, perseverance, and always willing to learn more, you earned this."


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018


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