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Cedar Point plans year-round indoor waterpark
21 Oct 2003
Cedar Point amusement park/resort in Ohio has announced it is to renovate its Radisson Harbour Inn into a year-round indoor waterpark resort scheduled to open in November 2004.
Colliery gets heritage funding
13 Oct 2003
A 19th century Ashington colliery, one of four most important colliery sites in Britain, has received a £10m grant from the Heritage Lottery fund (HLF) to enable the site to be turned into a major cultural attraction.
Ex-Brookie actor plans 1.5m euro theme park for Ireland
25 Sep 2003
Actor Bryan Murray is spearheading a project to build the Republic of Ireland’s first theme park.
Tussauds heading for £900m stock market float?
17 Sep 2003
Tussauds Group may move for a £900m stock market flotation in spring 2004.
Private museum dedicated to Frantisek Kupka
12 Sep 2003
A private museum, principally devoted to the Czech painter, Frantisek Kupka, opened yesterday (11 September) in a former mill on the banks of the river Vitava in Prague.
The Big Idea implodes
11 Sep 2003
The Big Idea visitor attraction, built on the site of the largest explosives factory in the world on the Ardeer peninsula in Scotland, has gone into voluntary liquidation, with the loss of 30 local jobs.
Helmsley Castle ready for makeover
10 Sep 2003
English Heritage’s Helmsely Castle in North Yorkshire is to have a new visitor centre, displays and educational facilities in its west range in a scheme to raise its profile.
Bristol Zoo plans new park
05 Sep 2003
Efforts by Bristol Zoo Gardens to create a second major zoological park are to be spearheaded by Samantha Mant in the newly created role of head of development.
Al Fayed plans theme park for his Scottish estate
01 Sep 2003
Egyptian-born tycoon and owner of Harrods, Mohamed Al Fayed, has revealed plans to turn his 65,000-acre Balnagown estate into a major new tourist attraction for Scotland.
£30m da Vinci theft prompts tighter security reviews of UK stately homes
01 Sep 2003
The theft of a £30m Leonardo da Vinci painting from a Scottish castle has prompted a security review.
Pop Idols try their luck at Madame Tussauds
27 Aug 2003
Madame Tussauds in London has unveiled its latest interactive attraction – the chance to participate in tv’s Pop Idol and be judged by Simon Cowell.
A-bomb plane hits turbulence
26 Aug 2003
The aircraft which dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima during WW2 is to go on display in America's Smithsonian Institution.
BA London Eye makes the coolest brands in Britain list
12 Aug 2003
The Sunday Times Style supplement has reported that the British Airways London Eye is one of the coolest brands in Britain, as voted for by the ultra-select committee, the Cool Council.
NZ$24m Puke Ariki opens in New Zealand
12 Aug 2003
A NZ$24m combined museum, library and visitor attraction has opened in New Plymouth in Taranaki, New Zealand.
Blast off into space courtesy of Walt Disney Florida
11 Aug 2003
Walt Disney World Florida will be launching a new outer space ride, called Mission:SPACE, in October 2003.
Prince Charles opens Clarence House to the public
06 Aug 2003
Clarence House, the home of the Queen Mother for fifty years until her death last year, was partially opened to the public on 6 August.
Paradise Park saving Tigers
31 Jul 2003
During August, Broxbourne’s Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire will be hosting a month of fundraising to heighten awareness of the extinction danger that is currently threatening tigers in the wild.
Rise in visits to attractions says VisitBritain survey
30 Jul 2003
According to the latest survey published by English tourism organisation, VisitBritain, visitor figures for UK attractions experienced an overall rise of 8 per cent in 2002, compared with reported numbers in the previous year.
Chester Zoo to promote Queen’s Awards 2004
25 Jul 2003
Chester Zoo has been chosen by the 2004 Queens Awards committee to help promote the 2004 awards campaign.
Lord of the Rings exhibition at Science Museum
24 Jul 2003
The Lord of the Rings film trilogy will be the subject of a new exhibition at London’s Science museum this autumn.
     
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Cedar Point plans year-round indoor waterpark
21 Oct 2003
Cedar Point amusement park/resort in Ohio has announced it is to renovate its Radisson Harbour Inn into a year-round indoor waterpark resort scheduled to open in November 2004.
Colliery gets heritage funding
13 Oct 2003
A 19th century Ashington colliery, one of four most important colliery sites in Britain, has received a £10m grant from the Heritage Lottery fund (HLF) to enable the site to be turned into a major cultural attraction.
Ex-Brookie actor plans 1.5m euro theme park for Ireland
25 Sep 2003
Actor Bryan Murray is spearheading a project to build the Republic of Ireland’s first theme park.
Tussauds heading for £900m stock market float?
17 Sep 2003
Tussauds Group may move for a £900m stock market flotation in spring 2004.
Private museum dedicated to Frantisek Kupka
12 Sep 2003
A private museum, principally devoted to the Czech painter, Frantisek Kupka, opened yesterday (11 September) in a former mill on the banks of the river Vitava in Prague.
The Big Idea implodes
11 Sep 2003
The Big Idea visitor attraction, built on the site of the largest explosives factory in the world on the Ardeer peninsula in Scotland, has gone into voluntary liquidation, with the loss of 30 local jobs.
Helmsley Castle ready for makeover
10 Sep 2003
English Heritage’s Helmsely Castle in North Yorkshire is to have a new visitor centre, displays and educational facilities in its west range in a scheme to raise its profile.
Bristol Zoo plans new park
05 Sep 2003
Efforts by Bristol Zoo Gardens to create a second major zoological park are to be spearheaded by Samantha Mant in the newly created role of head of development.
Al Fayed plans theme park for his Scottish estate
01 Sep 2003
Egyptian-born tycoon and owner of Harrods, Mohamed Al Fayed, has revealed plans to turn his 65,000-acre Balnagown estate into a major new tourist attraction for Scotland.
£30m da Vinci theft prompts tighter security reviews of UK stately homes
01 Sep 2003
The theft of a £30m Leonardo da Vinci painting from a Scottish castle has prompted a security review.
Pop Idols try their luck at Madame Tussauds
27 Aug 2003
Madame Tussauds in London has unveiled its latest interactive attraction – the chance to participate in tv’s Pop Idol and be judged by Simon Cowell.
A-bomb plane hits turbulence
26 Aug 2003
The aircraft which dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima during WW2 is to go on display in America's Smithsonian Institution.
BA London Eye makes the coolest brands in Britain list
12 Aug 2003
The Sunday Times Style supplement has reported that the British Airways London Eye is one of the coolest brands in Britain, as voted for by the ultra-select committee, the Cool Council.
NZ$24m Puke Ariki opens in New Zealand
12 Aug 2003
A NZ$24m combined museum, library and visitor attraction has opened in New Plymouth in Taranaki, New Zealand.
Blast off into space courtesy of Walt Disney Florida
11 Aug 2003
Walt Disney World Florida will be launching a new outer space ride, called Mission:SPACE, in October 2003.
Prince Charles opens Clarence House to the public
06 Aug 2003
Clarence House, the home of the Queen Mother for fifty years until her death last year, was partially opened to the public on 6 August.
Paradise Park saving Tigers
31 Jul 2003
During August, Broxbourne’s Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire will be hosting a month of fundraising to heighten awareness of the extinction danger that is currently threatening tigers in the wild.
Rise in visits to attractions says VisitBritain survey
30 Jul 2003
According to the latest survey published by English tourism organisation, VisitBritain, visitor figures for UK attractions experienced an overall rise of 8 per cent in 2002, compared with reported numbers in the previous year.
Chester Zoo to promote Queen’s Awards 2004
25 Jul 2003
Chester Zoo has been chosen by the 2004 Queens Awards committee to help promote the 2004 awards campaign.
Lord of the Rings exhibition at Science Museum
24 Jul 2003
The Lord of the Rings film trilogy will be the subject of a new exhibition at London’s Science museum this autumn.
     
 


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