Is Britain really the theme park capital of the world?
by Alex Dunne An X:// No Way Out re-theme has been announced by Thorpe Park, after years of criticism. Thorpe Park have revealed the dark indoor roller coaster will be renamed to simply ‘X‘
It’s official – The British theme park season is now well underway! The rides are re-opened, the PR stunts have concluded, and finally millions of visitors will have the chance to have their preliminary rides on new additions such as The Swarm at Thorpe Park, and Nemesis Sub-Terra at Alton Towers.
Merlin Entertainments have removed some restrictions from their standard annual pass, allowing holders to access some attractions during peak times in 2012.
Thorpe Park’s upcoming 2012 addition The Swarm has been confirmed of being ahead of schedule in terms of construction, with the track now being fully completed.
The 2011 British Travel Awards, which took place last night 2 November, celebrated a line up of winning travel companies as voted for by the British public. This year more than 700,000 votes were cast, with Merlin Entertainments sweeping up in the Theme Park category.
Staff at Chessington World of Adventures Resort joined forces with colleagues from other Merlin-owned theme parks and got on their bikes for what was the ultimate cycle challenge, all in aid of Merlin’s Magic Wand Charity.
THORPE PARK has appointed several mouthwash wardens and called in thousands of litres of mouthwash in a bid to combat the foul stench of bad breath released by passengers screaming on extreme rides. With the