Sounds to me like they are saying less retail, therefore increasing the proportion of the offering that is entertainment.
It's a bit (very) early for this kind of talk! Even if the current owners went out of business it would likely be picked up as a whole park by other investors.
That wild mouse looks... interesting. But it's a small compact coaster so likely to find a buyer.
Even Dragon looks like it is being dismantled rather than torn down, but it's hard to imagine it being relocated.
Good to see this tiny chink of light although the website is not actually stating that they will open on this date.
For those not aware that was the BPB website.
Alton Towers seem to be allowing booking from 1st June which seems very unlikely:
As @Lofty said, it's not unusual. You have to separate the business and the people that run it. If you have ever wondered what ltd means at the end of a company name, have a read here:
C'mon folks that is literally 2 whole pages going on about B&M vest restraints when we have a whole topic for them here:
I love that Grona Lund are squeezing this coaster in, the layout looks a bit weak...
It looks like Tivoli are planning to open this month:
Regarding the conversations above, people need to stop saying that a theme park is an event - that's not what event means! Examples of events are concerts, festivals and sports...
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@Matt N / @CrashCoaster he says it's following the original course, just a retrack.
I'm glad to see this, it could genuinely be one of the very best woodies in Europe with a little TLC.
Two points - firstly just because a park has gone into administration, it doesn't mean it's closing. Remember Fantasy Island, Dreamland and Six Flags have all been through administration and emerged from the other side. If it is deemed that it could be profitable, then it will likely be sold as...