Join Airgates for a round-up of 2012. From new attractions to closures, and disasters to breakthroughs.
Wales’ top theme park has announced it will invest £4million during 2013 with seven new attractions.
American rock band The Killers have released their latest music video, set in seaside town Blackpool.
Zynga re-entered the theme park simulation game market this month with CoasterVille.
Social networking site Facebook have unveiled the UK’s most social destinations.
A marketer who helped raise £2.4billion for the London 2012 Olympics has been appointed for the proposed Paramount Theme Park project.
Father Christmas has recently visited Blackpool Pleasure Beach in preparation of their Christmas event.
A new white-knuckle waterslide has been officially opened today by paralympian Ellie Simmonds
Aimed at the casual market, Coaster Crazy aims to bring out the designer from within the mobile gamer.
The London Dungeon has been officially confirmed to be relocated today by operator Merlin Entertainments.
As the opening date draws closer, The Dreamland Trust have chosen a company to brand the world’s first heritage amusement park.
As part of a major renovation project, Paultons Park have announced several new additions and facilities for the 2013 season.
To celebrate National Science Week next March, Alton Towers has launched a design competition for young students.
One of the UK’s smallest theme parks has announced it will close after 29 years.
Nearly half a century after it first opened to the public, Blackpool Pleasure Beach has closed one of its longest rides on a permanent basis.
Following extensive damage, The York Dungeon is now closed for an extended period.
So we’re now officially into Halloween, with many theme parks and scare attractions holding festivals and one-night events to celebrate.