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Attractions Management 2011 issue 3
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5 Editor's letter

Great Leadership

Building international-scale attractions is a complex business and we've seen repeatedly that when things go wrong, they can go very wrong

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8 BALPPA news

Drayton Manor Hotel opens to guests

Drayton Manor Hotel - a new 150-bedroom hotel at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Staffordshire, UK - has opened its doors to guests

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10 Zoo & Aquarium news

Zoos and Aquariums as Economic Engines

In a tough economic climate, it's important to remember that attractions aren't stand-alone entities, but are closely linked with, and supported by, local and national suppliers

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12 Theme park news

d'strict unveils Live Park concept

South Korea-based creative design company d'strict has previewed its Live Park concept at the IAAPA Asia Expo event held in Singapore

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14 Waterpark news

Six Flags park opens Riptide Bay

Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois, US, has announced the launch of its new 4-acre (1.6-hectare) water park expansion - Riptide Bay at Hurricane Harbor

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16 Museum news

Museum of Liverpool opens

Museum of Liverpool - one of the largest new-build museum developments in the UK for more than a century

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18 Science centre

News New-look planetarium for TAM

Taiwain's Taipei Astronomical Museum has opened its newlook planetarium, featuring a new Fidelity Black fulldome system supplied by UK-based Global Immersion

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20 Gallery news

Serpentine Sackler plans backed

Proposals for the extension of the Serpentine Gallery in London's Kensington Gardens, UK, have been approved

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21 Heritage news

Heritage status for 25 new sites

Wadi Rum Protected Area in Jordan; Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison in Barbados; and Fort Jesus in Kenya have been named among 25 new World Heritage Sites

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22 Profile

Jim Reid-Anderson

After declaring bankruptcy in 2009, theme park operator Six Flags had a $4m increase in revenue in the first quarter of 2011. The chair, president and CEO describes how he achieved this

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26 Analysis

The performance rollercoaster

How did theme park and waterpark attendances fare in 2010? We look at the results of the TEA/AECOM Theme Index

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32 Project preview

Cave paintings

Technology is taking people into the Mogao Caves in China virtually

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36 New opening

A roaring trade

Visitors are taken back in time at the NHM's Age of the Dinosaur exhibition

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40 Show review

Ecsite

We learn why freedom was the theme of the annual science centre conference

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44 Show preview

EAS

A selection of the products that companies will be exhibiting at the European Attraction Show in September

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52 Show preview

Leisure Industry Week

A look at what's on offer at the show where innovation meets inspiration

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54 Show review

World Waterpark Association

Some of the suppliers describe what they'll be showcasing at WWA this year

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56 3D/4D/5D

Different dimensions

We find out about some of the more unusual criteria in the latest 3D projects

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62 Audiovisual

Passage of time

How AV has recreated the historical events which took place during WWII

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66 Lighting

See the light

Industry experts detail the pros and cons of using LED lighting in attractions

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70 Design project profile

Travel guide

Exhibits at Glasgow's new Riverside Museum include a 30m train and the recreation of a 1900s street

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74 Smartphone technology

Street smart

Mark Hayward reviews some of the apps that use the landscape as the attraction

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76 Show review

Bringing SATE to Europe

Lesley Morisetti reports on Europe's first Storytelling, Architecture, Technology and Experience conference

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78 Galleries

Turner round

We visit the new Turner Contemporary and hear about the 10 years of controversy leading up to the opening and why it won't be focusing on Turner himself

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82 fun-kit.net

Focus on zoos

A selection of new products on the market aimed at the zoo sector

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84 Buyers guide

Suppliers of attractions products

Suppliers of attractions products

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Attractions Management 2011 issue 3
Download PDF
Subscribe
Magazine archive
5 Editor's letter

Great Leadership

Building international-scale attractions is a complex business and we've seen repeatedly that when things go wrong, they can go very wrong

Download PDF magazine

8 BALPPA news

Drayton Manor Hotel opens to guests

Drayton Manor Hotel - a new 150-bedroom hotel at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Staffordshire, UK - has opened its doors to guests

Download PDF magazine

10 Zoo & Aquarium news

Zoos and Aquariums as Economic Engines

In a tough economic climate, it's important to remember that attractions aren't stand-alone entities, but are closely linked with, and supported by, local and national suppliers

Download PDF magazine

12 Theme park news

d'strict unveils Live Park concept

South Korea-based creative design company d'strict has previewed its Live Park concept at the IAAPA Asia Expo event held in Singapore

Download PDF magazine

14 Waterpark news

Six Flags park opens Riptide Bay

Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois, US, has announced the launch of its new 4-acre (1.6-hectare) water park expansion - Riptide Bay at Hurricane Harbor

Download PDF magazine

16 Museum news

Museum of Liverpool opens

Museum of Liverpool - one of the largest new-build museum developments in the UK for more than a century

Download PDF magazine

18 Science centre

News New-look planetarium for TAM

Taiwain's Taipei Astronomical Museum has opened its newlook planetarium, featuring a new Fidelity Black fulldome system supplied by UK-based Global Immersion

Download PDF magazine

20 Gallery news

Serpentine Sackler plans backed

Proposals for the extension of the Serpentine Gallery in London's Kensington Gardens, UK, have been approved

Download PDF magazine

21 Heritage news

Heritage status for 25 new sites

Wadi Rum Protected Area in Jordan; Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison in Barbados; and Fort Jesus in Kenya have been named among 25 new World Heritage Sites

Download PDF magazine

22 Profile

Jim Reid-Anderson

After declaring bankruptcy in 2009, theme park operator Six Flags had a $4m increase in revenue in the first quarter of 2011. The chair, president and CEO describes how he achieved this

Download PDF magazine

26 Analysis

The performance rollercoaster

How did theme park and waterpark attendances fare in 2010? We look at the results of the TEA/AECOM Theme Index

Download PDF magazine

32 Project preview

Cave paintings

Technology is taking people into the Mogao Caves in China virtually

Download PDF magazine

36 New opening

A roaring trade

Visitors are taken back in time at the NHM's Age of the Dinosaur exhibition

Download PDF magazine

40 Show review

Ecsite

We learn why freedom was the theme of the annual science centre conference

Download PDF magazine

44 Show preview

EAS

A selection of the products that companies will be exhibiting at the European Attraction Show in September

Download PDF magazine

52 Show preview

Leisure Industry Week

A look at what's on offer at the show where innovation meets inspiration

Download PDF magazine

54 Show review

World Waterpark Association

Some of the suppliers describe what they'll be showcasing at WWA this year

Download PDF magazine

56 3D/4D/5D

Different dimensions

We find out about some of the more unusual criteria in the latest 3D projects

Download PDF magazine

62 Audiovisual

Passage of time

How AV has recreated the historical events which took place during WWII

Download PDF magazine

66 Lighting

See the light

Industry experts detail the pros and cons of using LED lighting in attractions

Download PDF magazine

70 Design project profile

Travel guide

Exhibits at Glasgow's new Riverside Museum include a 30m train and the recreation of a 1900s street

Download PDF magazine

74 Smartphone technology

Street smart

Mark Hayward reviews some of the apps that use the landscape as the attraction

Download PDF magazine

76 Show review

Bringing SATE to Europe

Lesley Morisetti reports on Europe's first Storytelling, Architecture, Technology and Experience conference

Download PDF magazine

78 Galleries

Turner round

We visit the new Turner Contemporary and hear about the 10 years of controversy leading up to the opening and why it won't be focusing on Turner himself

Download PDF magazine

82 fun-kit.net

Focus on zoos

A selection of new products on the market aimed at the zoo sector

Download PDF magazine

84 Buyers guide

Suppliers of attractions products

Suppliers of attractions products

Download PDF magazine

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Juneteenth Museum by Bjarke Ingels Group has been designed to inspire spiritual uplift
Detailed plans have been revealed for the National Juneteenth Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, US.
Jorvik's digital strategy described as 'leading light' after gaining international audience
The Jorvik Group has been named a ‘leading light’ for its digital strategy, which helped it gain an international audience of more than 3 million people during the pandemic.
Chester Zoo and Nothe Fort among Visit England Awards winners
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ALVA's Bernard Donoghue awarded OBE for his extraordinary work supporting the attractions sector
Bernard Donoghue, director of the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA), has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Countdown begins on Museum of London's epic move to Smithfield Market
Museum of London in the UK will move to its new home in Smithfield in the heart of the capital at the beginning of 2023.
Industrial Light & Magic creates groundbreaking virtual ABBA concert
ABBA, the 70s icons behind hits such as Dancing Queen and Mamma Mia, has returned to live concerts after a 40-year break – in digital form.
Science Museum's major exhibition on cancer opens to the public
A major free exhibition on the treatment and understanding of cancer has opened at the Science Museum in London, UK.
Scruffy Dog and Simtec launch Fisher-Price themed trackless ride
Scruffy Dog Creative Group and Simtec Systems have partnered to launch a new immersive trackless dark ride featuring the popular Mattel IP, Fisher-Price.
Dohmen and Bertens join forces to launch Tourist Development and Attraction Consultants
Former Efteling COO, Coen Bertens, and former BRC Imagination Arts exec, Bart Dohmen, have partnered to set up a consultancy for the tourism and visitor attraction sectors.
Puy du Fou to create first US attraction
Puy du Fou is set to enter the US attractions market with its iconic, immersive themed visitor experience, after securing a partnership with the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indian (ECBI).
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COMPANY PROFILES
TechnoAlpin

TechnoAlpin is the world leader for snowmaking systems. Our product portfolio includes all different [more...]
Holovis

Holovis is a privately owned company established in 2004 by CEO Stuart Hetherington. [more...]
Triotech

Triotech was established in 1999. The company is based in Montreal, Canada and has additional offi [more...]
ProSlide Technology, Inc.

A former national ski team racer, ProSlide® CEO Rick Hunter’s goal has been to integrate the smoot [more...]
+ More profiles  
VIDEO GALLERY

Red Raion TV - Testimonial: Leolandia
When you work in the Attractions Industry, there’s nothing better than seeing that dreamy look in the eyes of the people who have just tried your attraction. Find out more...
More videos:
Keynote | Moby Dick - Friends to the rescue! – Red Raion
ProSlide's all-in-one waterplay entertainment center – Proslide Tech Inc
Red Raion TV - Opening Event: FICO Eataly World – Red Raion
+ More videos  

CATALOGUE GALLERY
+ More catalogues  
DIRECTORY
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DIARY

 

03-04 Sep 2022

HEALING SUMMIT 2022 - The Healing of Everything

Pine Cliff Resort, Portugal
27-29 Sep 2022

International Congress on Thermal Tourism

Ourense, Ourense, Spain
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