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240m euro new attractions for Disneyland Paris
POSTED 13 Jan 2004
Euro Disney SCA, operator of Disneyland Resort Paris, is planning to invest 240m euros (£168m, US$315m) in new attractions over the next three years, subject to its upcoming 250m euros (£175m, US$328m) rights issue.
World’s largest indoor rainforest opens in Germany
POSTED 10 Jan 2005
The world’s largest indoor rainforest, called Tropical Island, opened its doors inside a giant zeppelin hangar in Brandenburg, near the German capital Berlin, on 18 December.
New meeting set to discuss future of Lake District’s walks
POSTED 06 Jan 2005
The Lake District National Park Authority is to decide whether or not to scrap free guided walks from its 2005 programme in a special meeting on 7 February.
Reds Hall of Fame and Museum comes to Cincinnati
POSTED 23 Dec 2004
The Reds Hall of Fame and Museum has opened just west of the Great American Ball Park, the home of the baseball team Cincinnati Reds, along Cincinnati’s riverfront.
Sentosa proclaims 2005 as Visit Fort Siloso Year
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
To mark 60 years since the end of World War II, Sentosa, Singapore’s island resort, has proclaimed 2005 to be Visit Fort Siloso Year and introduced a new S$5m (£1.57m, US$3.05m, 2.28m euros) tour of the attraction.
Construction of Berlin Holocaust memorial complete
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
The final slab was put in place at Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial on 15 December, marking the official end of construction work.
Euro Disney wins 1bn euro lifeline
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Euro Disney SAS has been given a 1bn euro (£516m, $1bn) lifeline by the Walt Disney Company as part of an ongoing financial restructuring of the Disneyland Resort Paris operator.
HEIMO makes two new appointments
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Animated attractions firm HEIMO Germany has made two major appointments.
Hong Kong Disneyland to open ahead of schedule
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Disney and Hong Kong’s SAR government has announced that Hong Kong Disneyland will be open for guests from 25 September 2005, earlier than originally projected.
Aussie rollercoaster hits the high seas
POSTED 15 Dec 2004
A Vekoma Boomerang rollercoaster originally built for the Brisbane World Expo in 1988 has set sail for a new home.
Sally Marvels at cartoon deal
POSTED 08 Dec 2004
US-based ride designer Sally Corporation has signed a deal which will allow Sally to use the entire line of Marvel comic book characters in amusement park rides and interactive exhibits.
New Huss ride for Cedar Point
POSTED 07 Dec 2004
Site clearing and construction for maXair, US theme park Cedar Point’s new ride for 2005, is currently under way.
Euro Disney posts €145m losses
POSTED 10 Nov 2004
Annual losses at French theme park Disneyland Resort Paris have vastly increased due its financial restructuring and inability to attract higher visitor numbers.
Cedar Point to debut Castaway Bay next month
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Cedar Point’s new 51, 000sq ft hotel and water park development, Castaway Bay, is set to open to the public on 5 November.
Sentosa to showcase shipwrecked Tang Treasure
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Sentosa Leisure Group has bought the rights to exhibit a collection of 60,000 rare artefacts found on a shipwreck dating back to 618AD.
New recruits at Great Lakes
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Indoor waterpark developer The Great Lakes Companies has announced two new additions to its staff this week.
Six Flags to launch world’s fastest rollercoaster in new jungle kingdom
POSTED 20 Oct 2004
US theme park Six Flags has announced it will launch the world’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster as part of a new mythical jungle kingdom at its Six Flags Great Adventure park in Jackson, New Jersey.
£900,000 refurbishment of Lough Neagh Centre starts
POSTED 19 Oct 2004
Work began today (19 October) on the £900,000 refurbishment of the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre at Oxford Island in Northern Ireland.
Hersheypark plans new freefall rollercoaster
POSTED 19 Oct 2004
Hersheypark themepark in Pennsylvania, US is to open a new ride attraction for 2005 – a combination of a rollercoaster and a freefall ride.
Splashin’ Safari to double in size
POSTED 11 Oct 2004
Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana, US, is to double the size of its waterpark next year as part of a $6.3m (£3.5m) development.
     
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5295 to 5315 of 5336 news stories
240m euro new attractions for Disneyland Paris
POSTED 13 Jan 2004
Euro Disney SCA, operator of Disneyland Resort Paris, is planning to invest 240m euros (£168m, US$315m) in new attractions over the next three years, subject to its upcoming 250m euros (£175m, US$328m) rights issue.
World’s largest indoor rainforest opens in Germany
POSTED 10 Jan 2005
The world’s largest indoor rainforest, called Tropical Island, opened its doors inside a giant zeppelin hangar in Brandenburg, near the German capital Berlin, on 18 December.
New meeting set to discuss future of Lake District’s walks
POSTED 06 Jan 2005
The Lake District National Park Authority is to decide whether or not to scrap free guided walks from its 2005 programme in a special meeting on 7 February.
Reds Hall of Fame and Museum comes to Cincinnati
POSTED 23 Dec 2004
The Reds Hall of Fame and Museum has opened just west of the Great American Ball Park, the home of the baseball team Cincinnati Reds, along Cincinnati’s riverfront.
Sentosa proclaims 2005 as Visit Fort Siloso Year
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
To mark 60 years since the end of World War II, Sentosa, Singapore’s island resort, has proclaimed 2005 to be Visit Fort Siloso Year and introduced a new S$5m (£1.57m, US$3.05m, 2.28m euros) tour of the attraction.
Construction of Berlin Holocaust memorial complete
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
The final slab was put in place at Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial on 15 December, marking the official end of construction work.
Euro Disney wins 1bn euro lifeline
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Euro Disney SAS has been given a 1bn euro (£516m, $1bn) lifeline by the Walt Disney Company as part of an ongoing financial restructuring of the Disneyland Resort Paris operator.
HEIMO makes two new appointments
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Animated attractions firm HEIMO Germany has made two major appointments.
Hong Kong Disneyland to open ahead of schedule
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Disney and Hong Kong’s SAR government has announced that Hong Kong Disneyland will be open for guests from 25 September 2005, earlier than originally projected.
Aussie rollercoaster hits the high seas
POSTED 15 Dec 2004
A Vekoma Boomerang rollercoaster originally built for the Brisbane World Expo in 1988 has set sail for a new home.
Sally Marvels at cartoon deal
POSTED 08 Dec 2004
US-based ride designer Sally Corporation has signed a deal which will allow Sally to use the entire line of Marvel comic book characters in amusement park rides and interactive exhibits.
New Huss ride for Cedar Point
POSTED 07 Dec 2004
Site clearing and construction for maXair, US theme park Cedar Point’s new ride for 2005, is currently under way.
Euro Disney posts €145m losses
POSTED 10 Nov 2004
Annual losses at French theme park Disneyland Resort Paris have vastly increased due its financial restructuring and inability to attract higher visitor numbers.
Cedar Point to debut Castaway Bay next month
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Cedar Point’s new 51, 000sq ft hotel and water park development, Castaway Bay, is set to open to the public on 5 November.
Sentosa to showcase shipwrecked Tang Treasure
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Sentosa Leisure Group has bought the rights to exhibit a collection of 60,000 rare artefacts found on a shipwreck dating back to 618AD.
New recruits at Great Lakes
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Indoor waterpark developer The Great Lakes Companies has announced two new additions to its staff this week.
Six Flags to launch world’s fastest rollercoaster in new jungle kingdom
POSTED 20 Oct 2004
US theme park Six Flags has announced it will launch the world’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster as part of a new mythical jungle kingdom at its Six Flags Great Adventure park in Jackson, New Jersey.
£900,000 refurbishment of Lough Neagh Centre starts
POSTED 19 Oct 2004
Work began today (19 October) on the £900,000 refurbishment of the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre at Oxford Island in Northern Ireland.
Hersheypark plans new freefall rollercoaster
POSTED 19 Oct 2004
Hersheypark themepark in Pennsylvania, US is to open a new ride attraction for 2005 – a combination of a rollercoaster and a freefall ride.
Splashin’ Safari to double in size
POSTED 11 Oct 2004
Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana, US, is to double the size of its waterpark next year as part of a $6.3m (£3.5m) development.
     
 
 
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5295 to 5315 of 5336 news stories
240m euro new attractions for Disneyland Paris
POSTED 13 Jan 2004
Euro Disney SCA, operator of Disneyland Resort Paris, is planning to invest 240m euros (£168m, US$315m) in new attractions over the next three years, subject to its upcoming 250m euros (£175m, US$328m) rights issue.
World’s largest indoor rainforest opens in Germany
POSTED 10 Jan 2005
The world’s largest indoor rainforest, called Tropical Island, opened its doors inside a giant zeppelin hangar in Brandenburg, near the German capital Berlin, on 18 December.
New meeting set to discuss future of Lake District’s walks
POSTED 06 Jan 2005
The Lake District National Park Authority is to decide whether or not to scrap free guided walks from its 2005 programme in a special meeting on 7 February.
Reds Hall of Fame and Museum comes to Cincinnati
POSTED 23 Dec 2004
The Reds Hall of Fame and Museum has opened just west of the Great American Ball Park, the home of the baseball team Cincinnati Reds, along Cincinnati’s riverfront.
Sentosa proclaims 2005 as Visit Fort Siloso Year
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
To mark 60 years since the end of World War II, Sentosa, Singapore’s island resort, has proclaimed 2005 to be Visit Fort Siloso Year and introduced a new S$5m (£1.57m, US$3.05m, 2.28m euros) tour of the attraction.
Construction of Berlin Holocaust memorial complete
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
The final slab was put in place at Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial on 15 December, marking the official end of construction work.
Euro Disney wins 1bn euro lifeline
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Euro Disney SAS has been given a 1bn euro (£516m, $1bn) lifeline by the Walt Disney Company as part of an ongoing financial restructuring of the Disneyland Resort Paris operator.
HEIMO makes two new appointments
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Animated attractions firm HEIMO Germany has made two major appointments.
Hong Kong Disneyland to open ahead of schedule
POSTED 21 Dec 2004
Disney and Hong Kong’s SAR government has announced that Hong Kong Disneyland will be open for guests from 25 September 2005, earlier than originally projected.
Aussie rollercoaster hits the high seas
POSTED 15 Dec 2004
A Vekoma Boomerang rollercoaster originally built for the Brisbane World Expo in 1988 has set sail for a new home.
Sally Marvels at cartoon deal
POSTED 08 Dec 2004
US-based ride designer Sally Corporation has signed a deal which will allow Sally to use the entire line of Marvel comic book characters in amusement park rides and interactive exhibits.
New Huss ride for Cedar Point
POSTED 07 Dec 2004
Site clearing and construction for maXair, US theme park Cedar Point’s new ride for 2005, is currently under way.
Euro Disney posts €145m losses
POSTED 10 Nov 2004
Annual losses at French theme park Disneyland Resort Paris have vastly increased due its financial restructuring and inability to attract higher visitor numbers.
Cedar Point to debut Castaway Bay next month
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Cedar Point’s new 51, 000sq ft hotel and water park development, Castaway Bay, is set to open to the public on 5 November.
Sentosa to showcase shipwrecked Tang Treasure
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Sentosa Leisure Group has bought the rights to exhibit a collection of 60,000 rare artefacts found on a shipwreck dating back to 618AD.
New recruits at Great Lakes
POSTED 26 Oct 2004
Indoor waterpark developer The Great Lakes Companies has announced two new additions to its staff this week.
Six Flags to launch world’s fastest rollercoaster in new jungle kingdom
POSTED 20 Oct 2004
US theme park Six Flags has announced it will launch the world’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster as part of a new mythical jungle kingdom at its Six Flags Great Adventure park in Jackson, New Jersey.
£900,000 refurbishment of Lough Neagh Centre starts
POSTED 19 Oct 2004
Work began today (19 October) on the £900,000 refurbishment of the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre at Oxford Island in Northern Ireland.
Hersheypark plans new freefall rollercoaster
POSTED 19 Oct 2004
Hersheypark themepark in Pennsylvania, US is to open a new ride attraction for 2005 – a combination of a rollercoaster and a freefall ride.
Splashin’ Safari to double in size
POSTED 11 Oct 2004
Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana, US, is to double the size of its waterpark next year as part of a $6.3m (£3.5m) development.
     
 


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