The brand new multi-million pound dark ride grows ever closer to an official opening.

The highly anticipated attraction has undergone a week of hotel guest and VIP previews before entering the technical rehearsal stage earlier today.

Guests were invited to board the ride with the potential for numerous delays, technical issues or the total closure of the attraction for the day.

Since opening for previews to certain guests in late June, riders were made to sign a confidentiality waiver in order to protect the secrets of the world’s first attraction.

The reaction to the ride thus far has been positive, with individuals taking to social media to express their views on the ride:

Airgates were able to experience the new attraction when it opened to guests for a brief period of time, after opening earlier in the afternoon in late June for hotel guests. Our full review will be available to read after the attraction opens.

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