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Museum operators using AR to take their exhibits global
BY Tom Walker | 26 Nov 2021
Two leading museum operators in the UK have partnered with an augmented reality specialist to present holographic exhibits and experiences for students around the world.
John McAslan + Partners-designed M7 cultural hub and museum opens in Doha
BY Tom Walker | 23 Nov 2021
A new creative hub in Doha looks to position itself as the new heart of Qatar’s fashion and design industry – as well as a public showcase for innovation and entrepreneurship in the region.
North American and Japanese attractions dominate 2021 Thea Awards
BY Tom Walker | 22 Nov 2021
North America and Japan-based visitor attractions and businesses picked up 14 of the 19 Thea Awards this year.
IAAPA news: VRstudios and Creative Works launch 'Fury' VR attraction
BY Tom Walker | 18 Nov 2021
VRstudios and Creative Works have launched a new VR-based multiplayer attraction.
Herzog and de Meuron’s M+ museum of visual culture distils essence of Hong Kong
BY Tom Walker | 17 Nov 2021
M+, described as Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture, has opened in Hong Kong.
JRA becomes part of the RWS Entertainment Group
BY Liz Terry | 17 Nov 2021
Experience design firm JRA has been acquired by live entertainment specialist RWS Entertainment Group. The news was revealed in a press conference today (16 November) at the IAAPA trade show in Orlando Florida.
Therme Group to submit planning permission for £100m wellbeing facility in Glasgow
BY Megan Whitby | 16 Nov 2021
Global developer and operator of wellbeing destinations Therme Group has inked a deal with Peel L&P for a new location in Glasgow called Therme Scotland.
Katapult, Simworx and Lagotronics partner for new trackless dark ride concept
BY Tom Walker | 03 Nov 2021
Three themed attraction design and creation companies have collaborated to create a new dark ride described as 'like no other'.
Belfast's W5 Science Centre re-opens following £4.5m redevelopment
BY Tom Walker | 02 Nov 2021
W5 Science Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has re-opened to the public following a £4.5m redevelopment project which has added a number of new exhibits and galleries.
Eden Project partners with Grimshaw to create pavilion and drone show at COP26
BY Tom Walker | 01 Nov 2021
The Eden Project has partnered with architectural practice Grimshaw to create a special pavilion at the COP 26 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
Ad Gefrin attraction will celebrate '20th century’s most remarkable archaeological finds'
BY Tom Walker | 29 Oct 2021
A new £10.4m cultural visitor experience, bringing to life what has been dubbed as one of the 20th century’s most remarkable archaeological finds, will open to the public in late 2022.
UK Budget 2021: Business rates cut by half for health clubs, leisure and hospitality
BY Tom Walker | 27 Oct 2021
Health clubs, gyms, hotels, pubs and other leisure businesses will receive a 50 per cent cut in business rates over the next year.
Winners of first-ever Surf Park Awards revealed
BY Tom Walker | 26 Oct 2021
Australian surf park operator URBNSurf and wave generating specialist Wavegarden are among the winners of the inaugural Surf Park Awards.
Little Amal, a puppet of a refugee girl, has walked 5,000km across Europe
BY Tom Walker | 22 Oct 2021
A puppet of a refugee girl has 'walked' across Europe on a 5,000km (3,100m) journey, with the help of eleven puppeteers and is now nearing the end of her journey from Syria to the UK.
Eden Project Qingdao reaches construction milestone
BY Tom Walker | 21 Oct 2021
Construction work on the Eden Project Qingdao visitor attraction in China has reached a major milestone.
World’s first UNESCO digital trail launches in Scotland
BY Tom Walker | 21 Oct 2021
Scotland's Unesco World Heritage Sites are being brought together through the world’s first ever UNESCO digital trail.
Jakob Wahl appointed IAAPA's chief operating officer
BY Tom Walker | 20 Oct 2021
Jakob Wahl has been named executive VP and chief operating officer of global attractions industry body IAAPA.
World Food Center Experience will be ‘Silicon Valley’ of food
BY Tom Walker | 20 Oct 2021
Plans for the World Food Center Experience in Ede, Netherlands, have been given the final green light by the Provincial Executive of Gelderland.
Creative legends behind iconic Spider-Man ride team to give talk at IAAPA Expo
BY Tom Walker | 20 Oct 2021
The creative geniuses behind the Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man darkride at Universal’s Islands of Adventure park in Orlando, Florida will offer their insights into the creative process behind the iconic attraction.
Europa Park extends winter opening for the first time as part of Hallowinter celebration
BY Liz Terry | 15 Oct 2021
For the first time in its history, Europa-Park has announced it will remain open between Halloween and the start of its winter schedule as part of a ‘HALLOWinter’ offering.
     
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1 to 20 of 9425 news stories
Museum operators using AR to take their exhibits global
BY Tom Walker | 26 Nov 2021
Two leading museum operators in the UK have partnered with an augmented reality specialist to present holographic exhibits and experiences for students around the world.
John McAslan + Partners-designed M7 cultural hub and museum opens in Doha
BY Tom Walker | 23 Nov 2021
A new creative hub in Doha looks to position itself as the new heart of Qatar’s fashion and design industry – as well as a public showcase for innovation and entrepreneurship in the region.
North American and Japanese attractions dominate 2021 Thea Awards
BY Tom Walker | 22 Nov 2021
North America and Japan-based visitor attractions and businesses picked up 14 of the 19 Thea Awards this year.
IAAPA news: VRstudios and Creative Works launch 'Fury' VR attraction
BY Tom Walker | 18 Nov 2021
VRstudios and Creative Works have launched a new VR-based multiplayer attraction.
Herzog and de Meuron’s M+ museum of visual culture distils essence of Hong Kong
BY Tom Walker | 17 Nov 2021
M+, described as Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture, has opened in Hong Kong.
JRA becomes part of the RWS Entertainment Group
BY Liz Terry | 17 Nov 2021
Experience design firm JRA has been acquired by live entertainment specialist RWS Entertainment Group. The news was revealed in a press conference today (16 November) at the IAAPA trade show in Orlando Florida.
Therme Group to submit planning permission for £100m wellbeing facility in Glasgow
BY Megan Whitby | 16 Nov 2021
Global developer and operator of wellbeing destinations Therme Group has inked a deal with Peel L&P for a new location in Glasgow called Therme Scotland.
Katapult, Simworx and Lagotronics partner for new trackless dark ride concept
BY Tom Walker | 03 Nov 2021
Three themed attraction design and creation companies have collaborated to create a new dark ride described as 'like no other'.
Belfast's W5 Science Centre re-opens following £4.5m redevelopment
BY Tom Walker | 02 Nov 2021
W5 Science Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has re-opened to the public following a £4.5m redevelopment project which has added a number of new exhibits and galleries.
Eden Project partners with Grimshaw to create pavilion and drone show at COP26
BY Tom Walker | 01 Nov 2021
The Eden Project has partnered with architectural practice Grimshaw to create a special pavilion at the COP 26 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
Ad Gefrin attraction will celebrate '20th century’s most remarkable archaeological finds'
BY Tom Walker | 29 Oct 2021
A new £10.4m cultural visitor experience, bringing to life what has been dubbed as one of the 20th century’s most remarkable archaeological finds, will open to the public in late 2022.
UK Budget 2021: Business rates cut by half for health clubs, leisure and hospitality
BY Tom Walker | 27 Oct 2021
Health clubs, gyms, hotels, pubs and other leisure businesses will receive a 50 per cent cut in business rates over the next year.
Winners of first-ever Surf Park Awards revealed
BY Tom Walker | 26 Oct 2021
Australian surf park operator URBNSurf and wave generating specialist Wavegarden are among the winners of the inaugural Surf Park Awards.
Little Amal, a puppet of a refugee girl, has walked 5,000km across Europe
BY Tom Walker | 22 Oct 2021
A puppet of a refugee girl has 'walked' across Europe on a 5,000km (3,100m) journey, with the help of eleven puppeteers and is now nearing the end of her journey from Syria to the UK.
Eden Project Qingdao reaches construction milestone
BY Tom Walker | 21 Oct 2021
Construction work on the Eden Project Qingdao visitor attraction in China has reached a major milestone.
World’s first UNESCO digital trail launches in Scotland
BY Tom Walker | 21 Oct 2021
Scotland's Unesco World Heritage Sites are being brought together through the world’s first ever UNESCO digital trail.
Jakob Wahl appointed IAAPA's chief operating officer
BY Tom Walker | 20 Oct 2021
Jakob Wahl has been named executive VP and chief operating officer of global attractions industry body IAAPA.
World Food Center Experience will be ‘Silicon Valley’ of food
BY Tom Walker | 20 Oct 2021
Plans for the World Food Center Experience in Ede, Netherlands, have been given the final green light by the Provincial Executive of Gelderland.
Creative legends behind iconic Spider-Man ride team to give talk at IAAPA Expo
BY Tom Walker | 20 Oct 2021
The creative geniuses behind the Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man darkride at Universal’s Islands of Adventure park in Orlando, Florida will offer their insights into the creative process behind the iconic attraction.
Europa Park extends winter opening for the first time as part of Hallowinter celebration
BY Liz Terry | 15 Oct 2021
For the first time in its history, Europa-Park has announced it will remain open between Halloween and the start of its winter schedule as part of a ‘HALLOWinter’ offering.
     
 


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