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Ubisoft Indoor Park, Exorcist at Halloween Horror Nights and More Theme Park News

Entertainment | Donald Wood | April 29, 2016

Ubisoft Indoor Park, Exorcist at Halloween Horror Nights and More Theme Park News

Ubisoft to Open Indoor Theme Park in Montreal
Video game publisher Ubisoft announced Wednesday that the company will open an indoor theme park in Montreal based on its popular Raving Rabbids franchise. The facility will cover 15,000 square feet, and will be geared to children up to 12 years old.

The Exorcist Comes to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights
Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights is known for some of the scariest attractions in the world, and 2016 will feature an all-new haunted maze based on the award-winning horror movie, The Exorcist.

New English Theme Park to Rival Disneyland Paris
English theme parks fans, rejoice! The new London Paramount Entertainment Resort is scheduled to be built on the Swanscombe Peninsula in Kent, England. The park will cost an estimated £2 billion ($2.92 billion) and could open as early as 2021.


Six Flags Discovery Kingdom has unveiled its newest ride, The Joker roller coaster. The steel and wood attraction will be painted green and purple, feature two tracks and reach top speeds of up to 53 miles per hour.

California’s Great America theme park is set to open the new Mass Effect: New Earth 4D attraction on May 18.

A video shared online shows a six-year-old boy whose seat belt came loose during a ride on the Mouse Trap roller coaster at Wonderland Amusement Park in Amarillo, Texas.

The tall tower-like structure next to London’s Olympic Stadium, dubbed The Orbit, will be transformed into the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide. The attraction will open to the public on June 24.

Michael Jackson's brother Jermaine was reportedly in Shanghai, China, looking at potential sites for a Neverland-style amusement park.


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