Today we can reveal that the madhouse ride has started to be delivered to Legoland Windsor. Stored in a staff carpark, ride components are being stored ready for installation over the next few weeks. Parts for the ride have been labeled up as “Seat + Floor 4 + lapbars 1 piece”
Fright Nights 2018 is just a few weeks away and with the park being closed for 3 days this week the park has taken advantage of these closed days and had the cranes in to start construction on one of the new mazes The Walking Dead, Do or Die.
In mid-July, we reported that Thorpe Park had chosen to install new self-service stations for Picsolve on ride photos at selected rollercoasters. After being installed and inactive for a number of weeks the units have now been turned on.
The magical home has gone up for sale and is currently on the property website, Rightmove as the marketing starts for Chessington's 2019 new attraction.
Construction on the new accommodation at Alton Towers has begun. The Stargazing Lodges, opening in 2019, are set to be the parks cheapest accommodation. Containing just beds and power, the accommodation is very basic. All toilets and washing facility are contained in one central building.
Thorpe Park has announced the full line up for its Fright Nights 2018 Halloween event.
This years event is set to be the biggest ever, with six new live action horror mazes and scare zone announced.
Chessington has been hard at work over the past few weeks renewing an old effect in the Rattlesnake queue line. When the ride was installed back in 1998 the effect of a man climbing up and down a rope was installed.
With 2 days left until the full line up for Fright Nights, 2018 is announced preparation for the event is going on around the park for this year's event!
After the rapids accident at Drayton Manor last year Merlin has taken the decision to install additional safety measures on all water rapids rides.
The Fight Nights 2018 line up has been partially announced on the Thorpe Park website.