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Supersensory

With our growing insight into how to engage visitors’ more complex senses, it’s time for a new approach, says Magali Robathan

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Jakob Wahl

IAAPA’s new executive VP and COO shares his plans

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Philippe Chiwy

De Pinxi’s founder on Choco-Story Bruges and the SpaceBakery project

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Cassie Poland and Ollie Smith

On taking over the attraction they grew up in – Drusillas

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22 News


The top news stories from the Attractions Management news feed

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32 Immersive experiences

Joseph Wisne

Truly ambitious attractions providers need to push the boundaries of immersive design by engaging visitors’ senses of pain, danger, balance, justice and more, argues Roto’s CEO

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40 Interview

Esther Dugdale

As the Burrell Collection relaunches and Eden Qingdao takes shape, Event’s creative director shares her tips for creating experiences that spark joy and curiosity

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48 The arts

Room to grow

Could the space age, ultra flexible design of the new Taipei Performing Arts Center provide a model for future attractions spaces?

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52 Museums

Ones to watch

From an AI museum built by robots to the long-awaited Grand Egyptian Museum, we take a look at some exciting 2022 openings

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On the cover: On the power of experience platforms
62 Research

Slavery links

As demand for growing honesty in relation to links to slavery and colonialism grows, should attractions be open about their history? Jon Young investigates

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68 Opinion

Vince Kadlubek

Art engages and delights visitors. Kadlubek argues that attractions should embrace and support artists and look for shared initiatives

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72 Waterparks

Waves of change

As The Wave inland surf lake announces plans to open six more sites, we go along for a surf and a sit down with CEO Craig Stoddart

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78 Experience economy

Joe Pine

Experience platforms represent one of the biggest growth opportunities in today’s experience economy, argues Joe Pine. Here’s how to get them right

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82 Interview

Cale Heit

With new themed coasters open at Motiongate Dubai and some intruiging projects underway, Forrec is making the most of the pent up demand for shared experiences. CEO Cale Heit tells us more

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86 Attractions-kit.net

Product innovation

From Merlin’s new deal with Attractions.io to the US waterparks teaming up with Accesso, we take a look at some of the exciting new product launches from across the attractions industry

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Attractions Management 2022 issue 1
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Magazine archive
5 Editor's letter

Supersensory

With our growing insight into how to engage visitors’ more complex senses, it’s time for a new approach, says Magali Robathan

View in digital edition
View online
10 People

Jakob Wahl

IAAPA’s new executive VP and COO shares his plans

View in digital edition
View online
14 People

Philippe Chiwy

De Pinxi’s founder on Choco-Story Bruges and the SpaceBakery project

View in digital edition
View online
18 People

Cassie Poland and Ollie Smith

On taking over the attraction they grew up in – Drusillas

View in digital edition
View online
22 News


The top news stories from the Attractions Management news feed

View in digital edition

32 Immersive experiences

Joseph Wisne

Truly ambitious attractions providers need to push the boundaries of immersive design by engaging visitors’ senses of pain, danger, balance, justice and more, argues Roto’s CEO

View in digital edition
View online
40 Interview

Esther Dugdale

As the Burrell Collection relaunches and Eden Qingdao takes shape, Event’s creative director shares her tips for creating experiences that spark joy and curiosity

View in digital edition
View online
48 The arts

Room to grow

Could the space age, ultra flexible design of the new Taipei Performing Arts Center provide a model for future attractions spaces?

View in digital edition
View online
52 Museums

Ones to watch

From an AI museum built by robots to the long-awaited Grand Egyptian Museum, we take a look at some exciting 2022 openings

View in digital edition
View online
On the cover: On the power of experience platforms
62 Research

Slavery links

As demand for growing honesty in relation to links to slavery and colonialism grows, should attractions be open about their history? Jon Young investigates

View in digital edition
View online
68 Opinion

Vince Kadlubek

Art engages and delights visitors. Kadlubek argues that attractions should embrace and support artists and look for shared initiatives

View in digital edition
View online
72 Waterparks

Waves of change

As The Wave inland surf lake announces plans to open six more sites, we go along for a surf and a sit down with CEO Craig Stoddart

View in digital edition
View online
78 Experience economy

Joe Pine

Experience platforms represent one of the biggest growth opportunities in today’s experience economy, argues Joe Pine. Here’s how to get them right

View in digital edition
View online
82 Interview

Cale Heit

With new themed coasters open at Motiongate Dubai and some intruiging projects underway, Forrec is making the most of the pent up demand for shared experiences. CEO Cale Heit tells us more

View in digital edition
View online
86 Attractions-kit.net

Product innovation

From Merlin’s new deal with Attractions.io to the US waterparks teaming up with Accesso, we take a look at some of the exciting new product launches from across the attractions industry

View in digital edition

LATEST NEWS
Heartbreak for Swedish theme park, Liseberg, as fire breaks out
A fire has destroyed part of the new water world, Oceana, at Liseberg in Sweden, and a construction worker has been reported missing.
Museum director apologises after comparing the city of Florence to a sex worker
Museum director Cecilie Hollberg has come under fire for comparing the city to a sex worker due to uncontrolled mass tourism.
Populous reveals plans for major e-sports arena in Saudi Arabia
Populous have unveiled their plans for a state-of-the-art e-sports arena, designed to stand as a central landmark in Qiddaya City’s gaming and e-sports district, Saudi Arabia.
Raby Castle reveals ambitious plans to become a major visitor destination
Raby Castle, known as one of the finest medieval fortifications in England, is nearing the end of an ambitious two-year renovation project.
Wake The Tiger launches new 1,000sq m expansion
Wake the Tiger, the Bristol-based immersive art experience, is set to open its 1,000sq m expansion on Friday 2 February.
Merlin teams up with Hasbro and Lego to create Peppa Pig experiences
Merlin Entertainments, the LEGO Group and Hasbro have teamed up to create Peppa Pig experiences.
Tate Modern and Frame collaborate on a mind/body experience
London boutique operator, Frame, has teamed up with the Tate Modern to offer two yin and sound yoga classes, following by a tour of the art gallery.
Elvis Presley Live is rolling out globally
Immersive entertainment specialists, Layered Reality, is creating a tribute to Elvis Presley featuring a concert experience with a life-sized digital Elvis.
Carmel Lewis takes top spot at BRC
Carmel Lewis has been appointed president at global experiential planning and design firm, BRC Imagination Arts, heralding a new era for the company.
Perth Museum to launch at Easter with rare Jacobite objects
Opening over Easter weekend in March 2024 after a £26.5m redevelopment project, Perth Museum will tell the story of Perth – Scotland’s first capital.
'World's largest' indoor ski centre slated to open in 2025
Huafa Snow World, a 131-hectare entertainment destination in Shenzhen, China, designed by architecture firm, 10 Design is slated to open in 2025.
Therme Group confirms Incheon Golden Harbor location for South Korean wellbeing resort
Global wellbeing organisation Therme Group has announced the location of its first Asia Pacific project. The upcoming resort will open in South Korea’s Incheon City as part of its Golden Harbor development.
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COMPANY PROFILES
IDEATTACK

IDEATTACK is a full-service planning and design company with headquarters in Los Angeles. [more...]
Polin Waterparks

Polin was founded in Istanbul in 1976. Polin has since grown into a leading company in the waterpa [more...]
instantprint

We’re a Yorkshire-based online printer, founded in 2009 by Adam Carnell and James Kinsella. [more...]
Clip 'n Climb

Clip ‘n Climb currently offers facility owners and investors more than 40 colourful and unique Cha [more...]
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DIRECTORY
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Hotel Melià , Milano , Italy
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