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IAAPA launches 'digital pass' to encourage delegates to take part virtually
BY Tom Walker | 27 Jul 2021
IAAPA is offering visitor attractions, museums and theme park industry professionals the opportunity to take part in its annual events – even if they can't make it to the shows in person.
IAAPA joins calls to ease border entry restrictions in the US and to revive tourism sector
BY Tom Walker | 14 Jul 2021
IAAPA has joined a range of US travel and tourism trade organisations in calling for the lifting of border entry restrictions and to help revive the visitor flow into the country.
Merlin hits the market with surge of new openings
BY Tom Walker | 14 Jul 2021
Merlin Entertainments has been busy with a raft of new openings and future project announcements, as the global visitor attractions industry begins to emerge from COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions.
Saudi Arabia offers US$133m in loans to create 50 new attractions
BY Tom Walker | 12 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia's General Entertainment Authority (GEA) has pledged to provide SAR500m (US$133m, €112m, £96m) worth of loans to companies, in order to create new attractions and entertainment projects in the country.
Hong Kong's Ocean Park opens Water World with 27 new outdoor and indoor attractions
BY Tom Walker | 07 Jul 2021
Ocean Park has launched a wide range of new water attractions – including Hong Kong's first ever indoor wave pool.
Kengo Kuma-designed Hans Christian Andersen House opens in city of Odense
BY Tom Walker | 05 Jul 2021
The new H.C. Andersen House, designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, has opened its doors to visitors in the Danish city of Odense.
Secret Cinema does Bridgerton tie-up with Netflix
BY Tom Walker | 05 Jul 2021
Attractions Management understands that immersive entertainment specialist, Secret Cinema, has partnered with streaming giant Netflix to host a Bridgerton ball at a location later this year.
First full-scale franchised Madame Tussauds to open in Budapest during 2022
BY Tom Walker | 27 Jun 2021
Merlin Entertainments has revealed plans to open a new Madame Tussauds in the heart of Hungarian capital city Budapest in early 2022.
Merlin to take Legoland Discovery Centres to Belgium with deal for Brussels site
BY Tom Walker | 22 Jun 2021
Merlin Entertainments has revealed plans to open a Legoland Discovery Centre in the Belgian capital city Brussels.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood reveals new roster of attractions after 15 month closure
BY Tom Walker | 22 Jun 2021
A host of new experiences have been added to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood in Burbank, Los Angeles, ahead of its grand reopening on 26 June.
Laurence des Cars, newly appointed president of the Louvre, says she aims to widen museum's appeal
BY Magali Robathan | 20 Jun 2021
Laurence des Cars is to become the first female president of the Louvre, following her appointment by French president Emmanuel Macron.
Kew Gardens establishes new 'living laboratory' to study biodiversity
BY Tom Walker | 17 Jun 2021
Kew Gardens has established a "living laboratory" at its wild botanic garden at Wakehurst, UK.
UK government and National Lottery allocate £10m in vouchers to fund attractions visits
BY Tom Walker | 16 Jun 2021
Discount rail and bus travel and £10m in vouchers to key attractions – funded by the National Lottery – are among the measures announced in the UK government’s plan to boost the country's tourism sector.
Kanva completes CA$25m redesign of Montreal's 'living museum', the Biodome
BY Tom Walker | 09 Jun 2021
Work has been completed on the redevelopment of Montreal's Biodome – a science museum which occupies the site of the former velodrome built for the 1976 Olympic Games.
Heatherwick's Little Island – an 'urban park on stilts' – opens on Hudson River
BY Tom Walker | 09 Jun 2021
Little Island, an urban park built on stilts on the Hudson River in New York City, has opened to the public.
Germany’s first inland surf park secures approval
BY Tom Walker | 08 Jun 2021
Plans to build Germany's first inland surf park have been approved by the Hallbergmoos municipality government in Munich.
MackNext creates VR experience for Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg
BY Tom Walker | 01 Jun 2021
Attractions Management understands that MackNext, the innovation department of Mack Group, is working on a new VR experience at the family-owned Miniatur Wunderland visitor attraction in Hamburg, Germany.
Eden Project signs deal for Dundee site – attraction will create £27m per year to the regional economy
BY Tom Walker | 28 May 2021
The Eden Project has signed a memorandum of understanding with the owners of its preferred site for the planned Eden Project Dundee attraction.
Disneyland Paris to open Art of Marvel hotel in June
BY Tom Walker | 26 May 2021
Disneyland Paris has confirmed that it will open its long-awaited Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel hotel in June.
Madame Tussauds moves Prince Harry and Meghan from royal family to 'Hollywood' zone
BY Tom Walker | 24 May 2021
Waxworks of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at London's Madame Tussauds have been relocated to better reflect their new status.
     
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IAAPA launches 'digital pass' to encourage delegates to take part virtually
BY Tom Walker | 27 Jul 2021
IAAPA is offering visitor attractions, museums and theme park industry professionals the opportunity to take part in its annual events – even if they can't make it to the shows in person.
IAAPA joins calls to ease border entry restrictions in the US and to revive tourism sector
BY Tom Walker | 14 Jul 2021
IAAPA has joined a range of US travel and tourism trade organisations in calling for the lifting of border entry restrictions and to help revive the visitor flow into the country.
Merlin hits the market with surge of new openings
BY Tom Walker | 14 Jul 2021
Merlin Entertainments has been busy with a raft of new openings and future project announcements, as the global visitor attractions industry begins to emerge from COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions.
Saudi Arabia offers US$133m in loans to create 50 new attractions
BY Tom Walker | 12 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia's General Entertainment Authority (GEA) has pledged to provide SAR500m (US$133m, €112m, £96m) worth of loans to companies, in order to create new attractions and entertainment projects in the country.
Hong Kong's Ocean Park opens Water World with 27 new outdoor and indoor attractions
BY Tom Walker | 07 Jul 2021
Ocean Park has launched a wide range of new water attractions – including Hong Kong's first ever indoor wave pool.
Kengo Kuma-designed Hans Christian Andersen House opens in city of Odense
BY Tom Walker | 05 Jul 2021
The new H.C. Andersen House, designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, has opened its doors to visitors in the Danish city of Odense.
Secret Cinema does Bridgerton tie-up with Netflix
BY Tom Walker | 05 Jul 2021
Attractions Management understands that immersive entertainment specialist, Secret Cinema, has partnered with streaming giant Netflix to host a Bridgerton ball at a location later this year.
First full-scale franchised Madame Tussauds to open in Budapest during 2022
BY Tom Walker | 27 Jun 2021
Merlin Entertainments has revealed plans to open a new Madame Tussauds in the heart of Hungarian capital city Budapest in early 2022.
Merlin to take Legoland Discovery Centres to Belgium with deal for Brussels site
BY Tom Walker | 22 Jun 2021
Merlin Entertainments has revealed plans to open a Legoland Discovery Centre in the Belgian capital city Brussels.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood reveals new roster of attractions after 15 month closure
BY Tom Walker | 22 Jun 2021
A host of new experiences have been added to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood in Burbank, Los Angeles, ahead of its grand reopening on 26 June.
Laurence des Cars, newly appointed president of the Louvre, says she aims to widen museum's appeal
BY Magali Robathan | 20 Jun 2021
Laurence des Cars is to become the first female president of the Louvre, following her appointment by French president Emmanuel Macron.
Kew Gardens establishes new 'living laboratory' to study biodiversity
BY Tom Walker | 17 Jun 2021
Kew Gardens has established a "living laboratory" at its wild botanic garden at Wakehurst, UK.
UK government and National Lottery allocate £10m in vouchers to fund attractions visits
BY Tom Walker | 16 Jun 2021
Discount rail and bus travel and £10m in vouchers to key attractions – funded by the National Lottery – are among the measures announced in the UK government’s plan to boost the country's tourism sector.
Kanva completes CA$25m redesign of Montreal's 'living museum', the Biodome
BY Tom Walker | 09 Jun 2021
Work has been completed on the redevelopment of Montreal's Biodome – a science museum which occupies the site of the former velodrome built for the 1976 Olympic Games.
Heatherwick's Little Island – an 'urban park on stilts' – opens on Hudson River
BY Tom Walker | 09 Jun 2021
Little Island, an urban park built on stilts on the Hudson River in New York City, has opened to the public.
Germany’s first inland surf park secures approval
BY Tom Walker | 08 Jun 2021
Plans to build Germany's first inland surf park have been approved by the Hallbergmoos municipality government in Munich.
MackNext creates VR experience for Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg
BY Tom Walker | 01 Jun 2021
Attractions Management understands that MackNext, the innovation department of Mack Group, is working on a new VR experience at the family-owned Miniatur Wunderland visitor attraction in Hamburg, Germany.
Eden Project signs deal for Dundee site – attraction will create £27m per year to the regional economy
BY Tom Walker | 28 May 2021
The Eden Project has signed a memorandum of understanding with the owners of its preferred site for the planned Eden Project Dundee attraction.
Disneyland Paris to open Art of Marvel hotel in June
BY Tom Walker | 26 May 2021
Disneyland Paris has confirmed that it will open its long-awaited Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel hotel in June.
Madame Tussauds moves Prince Harry and Meghan from royal family to 'Hollywood' zone
BY Tom Walker | 24 May 2021
Waxworks of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at London's Madame Tussauds have been relocated to better reflect their new status.
     
 


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