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National war museum to open in Ottawa
POSTED 22 Apr 2005
The new national Canadian War Museum (CWM) is set to open in Ottawa on 8 May – the 60th anniversary of VE Day.
Wiggly attraction for Dreamworld
POSTED 20 Apr 2005
Dreamworld theme park on Australia's Gold Coast has entered into a licensing agreement with Wiggles, the children's entertainment brand, to make Dreamworld the official Australian home of The Wiggles theme park attraction.
Open-air galleries for Millennium Park
POSTED 13 Apr 2005
Chicago’s Millennium Park project will benefit from a US$5m (£2.6m, 3.9m euros) grant from US-based aerospace company Boeing, as the park has announced plans to use the funds to open two new outdoor exhibition spaces.
Tussauds sold for £800m
POSTED 23 Mar 2005
British attractions operator the Tussauds Group has been bought by private equity firm Dubai International Capital (DIC) for £800m ($1.5bn) from Charterhouse Capital.
World-class aquarium for London’s East End
POSTED 23 Mar 2005
East London will gain a new, £80m new aquarium as part of the £1.5bn Silvertown Quays riverside redevelopment.
New Globe for New York
POSTED 15 Mar 2005
London-based architects Foster and Partners have teamed up with American consultant Barbara Römer to design the 1,200-capacity New Globe Theatre on Governors Island in NY Harbour.
London Eye architects reveal designs for new attraction
POSTED 09 Mar 2005
Designs for a 150 metre (429ft) observation tower called the i-360 have been revealed by London Eye architects Marks Barfield. The tower, which has an illuminated beacon at its peak, measures four metres in diameter and can carry a single, air-conditioned capsule, able to take up to 100 people.
Madeira Story Centre to open in May 2005
POSTED 09 Mar 2005
The island of Madeira will receive its first visitor centre, the Madeira Story Centre, in May.
Controversy over working rights proposals
POSTED 07 Mar 2005
The government’s proposals to extend family-friendly working rights have been welcomed by trade unions but raised fears in the leisure sector that they could create an “enormous burden” on small companies and cause major disruption throughout the industry.
Disney rights issue raises 250m euros
POSTED 23 Feb 2005
The operator of the troubled Disneyland Resort Paris, Euro Disney SCA has successfully raised 253.3m euros (£176m, US$336m) through its rights issue, signalling the end of the company’s financial restructuring.
Dallas art museum receives $400m collections in bequests
POSTED 22 Feb 2005
The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) in the USA is to receive around 800 works of art in donations from three private collections worth over $400m (£213m, 309m euros).
Heritage seminars on DDA impact to begin
POSTED 22 Feb 2005
A group of heritage organisations, collectively called the Regional Historic Environment Forum, is inviting the public – and in particular disabled people – to share their experiences of historic attractions in a series of countrywide seminars, beginning on 3 March and running until mid-July.
NML plans for Fourth Grace site
POSTED 15 Feb 2005
National Museums Liverpool (NML) has revealed plans for a £65m museum development on Mann Island – which is situated between Albert Dock and the pier head buildings and is World Heritage-certified.
Plans submitted for Jordan kids museum
POSTED 09 Feb 2005
A finalised design scheme for the National Children’s Museum in Amman in Jordan have been submitted by UK-based design consultancy Haley Sharpe.
New attractions for Marine World California
POSTED 09 Feb 2005
Six Flags Marine World in Vallejo, California, will introduce its new interactive Ocean Discovery attraction to the public on 12 March.
Lift jam at Glasgow Science Centre
POSTED 04 Feb 2005
Six adults and four children were trapped in a lift at the Glasgow Science Centre for five hours on 29 January.
Chief executive to leave Grévin & Cie
POSTED 04 Feb 2005
Olivier de Bosredon, chief executive of French theme park operator Grévin & Cie, is to leave the company after 17 years.
Grévin & Cie plans European expansion
POSTED 26 Jan 2005
Olivier de Bosredon, chief executive of theme park operator Grévin & Cie, has announced that following the acquisition last July of New Pleasurewood Hills near Great Yarmouth, UK, it is looking for further opportunities in Britain.
Six Flags guests get free waterpark entry
POSTED 20 Jan 2005
US-based theme park operator Six Flags has announced that entrance to its new Hurricane Harbor waterpark at Gurnee, Illinois, will be free with admission to the existing Six Flags Great America theme park at the site.
Six Flags Mexico launches Superman coaster
POSTED 13 Jan 2005
Theme park Six Flags Mexico has introduced a new mile-long hypercoaster boasting a 205ft drop.
     
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National war museum to open in Ottawa
POSTED 22 Apr 2005
The new national Canadian War Museum (CWM) is set to open in Ottawa on 8 May – the 60th anniversary of VE Day.
Wiggly attraction for Dreamworld
POSTED 20 Apr 2005
Dreamworld theme park on Australia's Gold Coast has entered into a licensing agreement with Wiggles, the children's entertainment brand, to make Dreamworld the official Australian home of The Wiggles theme park attraction.
Open-air galleries for Millennium Park
POSTED 13 Apr 2005
Chicago’s Millennium Park project will benefit from a US$5m (£2.6m, 3.9m euros) grant from US-based aerospace company Boeing, as the park has announced plans to use the funds to open two new outdoor exhibition spaces.
Tussauds sold for £800m
POSTED 23 Mar 2005
British attractions operator the Tussauds Group has been bought by private equity firm Dubai International Capital (DIC) for £800m ($1.5bn) from Charterhouse Capital.
World-class aquarium for London’s East End
POSTED 23 Mar 2005
East London will gain a new, £80m new aquarium as part of the £1.5bn Silvertown Quays riverside redevelopment.
New Globe for New York
POSTED 15 Mar 2005
London-based architects Foster and Partners have teamed up with American consultant Barbara Römer to design the 1,200-capacity New Globe Theatre on Governors Island in NY Harbour.
London Eye architects reveal designs for new attraction
POSTED 09 Mar 2005
Designs for a 150 metre (429ft) observation tower called the i-360 have been revealed by London Eye architects Marks Barfield. The tower, which has an illuminated beacon at its peak, measures four metres in diameter and can carry a single, air-conditioned capsule, able to take up to 100 people.
Madeira Story Centre to open in May 2005
POSTED 09 Mar 2005
The island of Madeira will receive its first visitor centre, the Madeira Story Centre, in May.
Controversy over working rights proposals
POSTED 07 Mar 2005
The government’s proposals to extend family-friendly working rights have been welcomed by trade unions but raised fears in the leisure sector that they could create an “enormous burden” on small companies and cause major disruption throughout the industry.
Disney rights issue raises 250m euros
POSTED 23 Feb 2005
The operator of the troubled Disneyland Resort Paris, Euro Disney SCA has successfully raised 253.3m euros (£176m, US$336m) through its rights issue, signalling the end of the company’s financial restructuring.
Dallas art museum receives $400m collections in bequests
POSTED 22 Feb 2005
The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) in the USA is to receive around 800 works of art in donations from three private collections worth over $400m (£213m, 309m euros).
Heritage seminars on DDA impact to begin
POSTED 22 Feb 2005
A group of heritage organisations, collectively called the Regional Historic Environment Forum, is inviting the public – and in particular disabled people – to share their experiences of historic attractions in a series of countrywide seminars, beginning on 3 March and running until mid-July.
NML plans for Fourth Grace site
POSTED 15 Feb 2005
National Museums Liverpool (NML) has revealed plans for a £65m museum development on Mann Island – which is situated between Albert Dock and the pier head buildings and is World Heritage-certified.
Plans submitted for Jordan kids museum
POSTED 09 Feb 2005
A finalised design scheme for the National Children’s Museum in Amman in Jordan have been submitted by UK-based design consultancy Haley Sharpe.
New attractions for Marine World California
POSTED 09 Feb 2005
Six Flags Marine World in Vallejo, California, will introduce its new interactive Ocean Discovery attraction to the public on 12 March.
Lift jam at Glasgow Science Centre
POSTED 04 Feb 2005
Six adults and four children were trapped in a lift at the Glasgow Science Centre for five hours on 29 January.
Chief executive to leave Grévin & Cie
POSTED 04 Feb 2005
Olivier de Bosredon, chief executive of French theme park operator Grévin & Cie, is to leave the company after 17 years.
Grévin & Cie plans European expansion
POSTED 26 Jan 2005
Olivier de Bosredon, chief executive of theme park operator Grévin & Cie, has announced that following the acquisition last July of New Pleasurewood Hills near Great Yarmouth, UK, it is looking for further opportunities in Britain.
Six Flags guests get free waterpark entry
POSTED 20 Jan 2005
US-based theme park operator Six Flags has announced that entrance to its new Hurricane Harbor waterpark at Gurnee, Illinois, will be free with admission to the existing Six Flags Great America theme park at the site.
Six Flags Mexico launches Superman coaster
POSTED 13 Jan 2005
Theme park Six Flags Mexico has introduced a new mile-long hypercoaster boasting a 205ft drop.
     
 
 
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National war museum to open in Ottawa
POSTED 22 Apr 2005
The new national Canadian War Museum (CWM) is set to open in Ottawa on 8 May – the 60th anniversary of VE Day.
Wiggly attraction for Dreamworld
POSTED 20 Apr 2005
Dreamworld theme park on Australia's Gold Coast has entered into a licensing agreement with Wiggles, the children's entertainment brand, to make Dreamworld the official Australian home of The Wiggles theme park attraction.
Open-air galleries for Millennium Park
POSTED 13 Apr 2005
Chicago’s Millennium Park project will benefit from a US$5m (£2.6m, 3.9m euros) grant from US-based aerospace company Boeing, as the park has announced plans to use the funds to open two new outdoor exhibition spaces.
Tussauds sold for £800m
POSTED 23 Mar 2005
British attractions operator the Tussauds Group has been bought by private equity firm Dubai International Capital (DIC) for £800m ($1.5bn) from Charterhouse Capital.
World-class aquarium for London’s East End
POSTED 23 Mar 2005
East London will gain a new, £80m new aquarium as part of the £1.5bn Silvertown Quays riverside redevelopment.
New Globe for New York
POSTED 15 Mar 2005
London-based architects Foster and Partners have teamed up with American consultant Barbara Römer to design the 1,200-capacity New Globe Theatre on Governors Island in NY Harbour.
London Eye architects reveal designs for new attraction
POSTED 09 Mar 2005
Designs for a 150 metre (429ft) observation tower called the i-360 have been revealed by London Eye architects Marks Barfield. The tower, which has an illuminated beacon at its peak, measures four metres in diameter and can carry a single, air-conditioned capsule, able to take up to 100 people.
Madeira Story Centre to open in May 2005
POSTED 09 Mar 2005
The island of Madeira will receive its first visitor centre, the Madeira Story Centre, in May.
Controversy over working rights proposals
POSTED 07 Mar 2005
The government’s proposals to extend family-friendly working rights have been welcomed by trade unions but raised fears in the leisure sector that they could create an “enormous burden” on small companies and cause major disruption throughout the industry.
Disney rights issue raises 250m euros
POSTED 23 Feb 2005
The operator of the troubled Disneyland Resort Paris, Euro Disney SCA has successfully raised 253.3m euros (£176m, US$336m) through its rights issue, signalling the end of the company’s financial restructuring.
Dallas art museum receives $400m collections in bequests
POSTED 22 Feb 2005
The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) in the USA is to receive around 800 works of art in donations from three private collections worth over $400m (£213m, 309m euros).
Heritage seminars on DDA impact to begin
POSTED 22 Feb 2005
A group of heritage organisations, collectively called the Regional Historic Environment Forum, is inviting the public – and in particular disabled people – to share their experiences of historic attractions in a series of countrywide seminars, beginning on 3 March and running until mid-July.
NML plans for Fourth Grace site
POSTED 15 Feb 2005
National Museums Liverpool (NML) has revealed plans for a £65m museum development on Mann Island – which is situated between Albert Dock and the pier head buildings and is World Heritage-certified.
Plans submitted for Jordan kids museum
POSTED 09 Feb 2005
A finalised design scheme for the National Children’s Museum in Amman in Jordan have been submitted by UK-based design consultancy Haley Sharpe.
New attractions for Marine World California
POSTED 09 Feb 2005
Six Flags Marine World in Vallejo, California, will introduce its new interactive Ocean Discovery attraction to the public on 12 March.
Lift jam at Glasgow Science Centre
POSTED 04 Feb 2005
Six adults and four children were trapped in a lift at the Glasgow Science Centre for five hours on 29 January.
Chief executive to leave Grévin & Cie
POSTED 04 Feb 2005
Olivier de Bosredon, chief executive of French theme park operator Grévin & Cie, is to leave the company after 17 years.
Grévin & Cie plans European expansion
POSTED 26 Jan 2005
Olivier de Bosredon, chief executive of theme park operator Grévin & Cie, has announced that following the acquisition last July of New Pleasurewood Hills near Great Yarmouth, UK, it is looking for further opportunities in Britain.
Six Flags guests get free waterpark entry
POSTED 20 Jan 2005
US-based theme park operator Six Flags has announced that entrance to its new Hurricane Harbor waterpark at Gurnee, Illinois, will be free with admission to the existing Six Flags Great America theme park at the site.
Six Flags Mexico launches Superman coaster
POSTED 13 Jan 2005
Theme park Six Flags Mexico has introduced a new mile-long hypercoaster boasting a 205ft drop.
     
 


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Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG5 1DJ Tel: +44 (0)1462 431385

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