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Hans Christian Andersen museum opens in Copenhagen
12 Jul 2004
An attraction celebrating the life of Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen, has opened to public in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Aquarium of the Lakes brings out nocturnal creatures
09 Jul 2004
The Aquarium of the Lakes in the Lake District is to invest £170,000 this summer to create a new night-time feature.
First theme park for Pakistan
09 Jul 2004
UK-based company, Deighton International has been awarded the contract to develop and operate Pakistan’s first theme park.
Scottish Executive saves science centres with £5m funding deal
09 Jul 2004
Scottish Executive deputy first minister, Jim Wallace, has announced a £5.1m funding package for four Scottish science centres.
Promotions at Pleasure Island
08 Jul 2004
Cleethorpes family theme park, Pleasure Island, has appointed Neil Ireland as senior park executive and Karl Rothenburg as operations executive.
Eureka! Kids get to make music in Halifax
06 Jun 2004
Eureka!, the children’s museum in Halifax, is to launch a new interactive music gallery later this month.
Fitzwilliam Museum completes £12m refurbishment
05 Jul 2004
Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum has reopened its doors to the public after a £12m refurbishment project.
National Lottery celebrates a decade of funding
30 Jun 2004
Hundreds of National Lottery-funded projects around the UK will be offering the public free entrance to celebrate the National Lottery’s tenth anniversary.
Science Fiction museum opens
29 Jun 2004
Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (SFM), the world’s first science fiction museum, opened to the public on June 18 in Seattle.
Drusillas celebrating successful year
28 Jun 2004
Laurence and Christine Smith, directors of the award-winning east Sussex zoo, Drusillas, are celebrating another good year in terms of visitor satisfaction.
Denver Zoo goes out of Africa
22 Jun 2004
Denver Zoo’s newest exhibit, the Predator Ridge, has opened and will be bringing a part of Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve to the heart of Colorado via the latest interactive technology.
‘Wild Wild Wet’ Waterpark opens in Singapore
16 Jun 2004
Local residents and visitors to Singapore will have somewhere else to go to escape the country’s tropical temperatures from now on, with the opening of Wild Wild Wet – Singapore’s newest theme park attraction.
Foundling Museum opens
15 Jun 2004
Britain’s original home for abandoned children and London’s first public art gallery reopens as the Foundling Museum today.
MD of Blackpool Pleasure Beach dies
15 Jun 2004
Geoffrey Thompson OBE DL, managing director of Blackpool Pleasure Beach, has died aged 67.
London named as Europe’s most expensive city
15 Jun 2004
London is now the world’s second most expensive city and the most expensive in Europe, says a new survey.
Deep-Sea turns the corner
15 Jun 2004
Deep-Sea Leisure has turned around trading to announce a pre-tax profit for the six months ending 30 April 2004, compared with a loss in the same period in 2003.
Winners announced in first ever Manchester Awards
15 Jun 2004
The winners were announced last week of the first ever Manchester Awards, organised by Moving Manchester and Creative Spark.
Famous locomotive set to fly once again
15 Jun 2004
Tickets for the Flying Scotsman’s first regular scheduled service since the train was saved by the National Railway Museum (NRM) go on sale today.
Euro Disney agrees debt deal
10 Jun 2004
Debt-ridden theme park operator, Euro Disney SCA, has agreed a draft deal with its principal creditors to restructure its finances.
New attraction for Cornwall
10 Jun 2004
The co-founder of the Eden Project, Jonathan Ball, has announced plans for a new visitor attraction for Cornwall, the Great Atlantic Way.
     
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Hans Christian Andersen museum opens in Copenhagen
12 Jul 2004
An attraction celebrating the life of Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen, has opened to public in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Aquarium of the Lakes brings out nocturnal creatures
09 Jul 2004
The Aquarium of the Lakes in the Lake District is to invest £170,000 this summer to create a new night-time feature.
First theme park for Pakistan
09 Jul 2004
UK-based company, Deighton International has been awarded the contract to develop and operate Pakistan’s first theme park.
Scottish Executive saves science centres with £5m funding deal
09 Jul 2004
Scottish Executive deputy first minister, Jim Wallace, has announced a £5.1m funding package for four Scottish science centres.
Promotions at Pleasure Island
08 Jul 2004
Cleethorpes family theme park, Pleasure Island, has appointed Neil Ireland as senior park executive and Karl Rothenburg as operations executive.
Eureka! Kids get to make music in Halifax
06 Jun 2004
Eureka!, the children’s museum in Halifax, is to launch a new interactive music gallery later this month.
Fitzwilliam Museum completes £12m refurbishment
05 Jul 2004
Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum has reopened its doors to the public after a £12m refurbishment project.
National Lottery celebrates a decade of funding
30 Jun 2004
Hundreds of National Lottery-funded projects around the UK will be offering the public free entrance to celebrate the National Lottery’s tenth anniversary.
Science Fiction museum opens
29 Jun 2004
Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (SFM), the world’s first science fiction museum, opened to the public on June 18 in Seattle.
Drusillas celebrating successful year
28 Jun 2004
Laurence and Christine Smith, directors of the award-winning east Sussex zoo, Drusillas, are celebrating another good year in terms of visitor satisfaction.
Denver Zoo goes out of Africa
22 Jun 2004
Denver Zoo’s newest exhibit, the Predator Ridge, has opened and will be bringing a part of Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve to the heart of Colorado via the latest interactive technology.
‘Wild Wild Wet’ Waterpark opens in Singapore
16 Jun 2004
Local residents and visitors to Singapore will have somewhere else to go to escape the country’s tropical temperatures from now on, with the opening of Wild Wild Wet – Singapore’s newest theme park attraction.
Foundling Museum opens
15 Jun 2004
Britain’s original home for abandoned children and London’s first public art gallery reopens as the Foundling Museum today.
MD of Blackpool Pleasure Beach dies
15 Jun 2004
Geoffrey Thompson OBE DL, managing director of Blackpool Pleasure Beach, has died aged 67.
London named as Europe’s most expensive city
15 Jun 2004
London is now the world’s second most expensive city and the most expensive in Europe, says a new survey.
Deep-Sea turns the corner
15 Jun 2004
Deep-Sea Leisure has turned around trading to announce a pre-tax profit for the six months ending 30 April 2004, compared with a loss in the same period in 2003.
Winners announced in first ever Manchester Awards
15 Jun 2004
The winners were announced last week of the first ever Manchester Awards, organised by Moving Manchester and Creative Spark.
Famous locomotive set to fly once again
15 Jun 2004
Tickets for the Flying Scotsman’s first regular scheduled service since the train was saved by the National Railway Museum (NRM) go on sale today.
Euro Disney agrees debt deal
10 Jun 2004
Debt-ridden theme park operator, Euro Disney SCA, has agreed a draft deal with its principal creditors to restructure its finances.
New attraction for Cornwall
10 Jun 2004
The co-founder of the Eden Project, Jonathan Ball, has announced plans for a new visitor attraction for Cornwall, the Great Atlantic Way.
     
 


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