Thorpe Park is full of firsts with the world’s first horror movie themed rollercoaster, the UK’s first winged coaster and much more.
Whether you are into thrill, shows, water or maze experience, there is always something for everyone at Thorpe Park.
Thorpe Park is a definite pleaser for young adrenaline seekers to put the thrill back into the holiday mood. Incorporating specialised themed areas namely Port & Basecamp, Amity Beach, The Jungle, Old Town, Lost City, Swarm Island, Angry Birds Land and Thorpe Junction are sure to make a heck of a day out.
Amity Cove is themed as a 1950s American fishing township that has been left devastated by a tidal wave. This popular Tidal Wave is sure to leave you wet and wanting more. When the ride was created in 2000, it was the fastest and the tallest water ride in Europe. It is themed so convincingly that you feel like you are immersed in the setting. The station is constructed at an angle to give an impression that the tsunami has impaired the building.
For a spookier encounter, Derren Brown’s Ghost Train is a must visit. The attraction integrates virtual reality motion simulation and illusions designed in collaboration with British illusionist Derren Brown. It is themed as an abandoned old Victorian Train Yard, and it was opened in July 2016.
Fright Nights, previously known as “Fright Nites” is Thorpe Park’s yearly event, that has been running at Thorpe Park celebrating Halloween with the park extending its opening hours to the night. You will find costumed actors roaming around and a range of temporary Halloween attractions.
After a day of a lifetime in Thorpe Park, you can relax in the Thorpe Shark Hotel themed around a shark with lots of fun perks. Thorpe Park can take a definite place on your kid’s bucket list.
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