This week’s headlines…
Our weekly round-up of news
If you missed any of the headlines from the GAP Daily newsletter this week, here they all are for you…
Christmas is returning to the rejuvenated Pleasurewood Hills for the first time in three years.
Jump Inc is opening a new £1.2 million giant trampoline park in Lincoln next year.
Having recently added a deal with Clip N’ Climb to its US business, Ropes Courses has acquired Colorado-based Amaze’n Mazes.
Bandai Namco has declared this year’s IAAPA show, where it unveiled a number of key launches, as its biggest ever.
UK-based indoor trampoline park operator Gravity has commissioned Savills to advise it on its planned expansion into mainland Europe.
Simworx has partnered with water ride specialist Interlink to create a new attraction concept which adds a motion base and immersive screens added to a flume ride.
Robot waiters will help average spending on food and drink in theme parks increase by 160 per cent, global research by Omnico has found.
LAI Games showcased what it claims is an industry first at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando last week, launching an attendant-free VR attraction.
The Museum of the Bible (museumofthebible.org), a whopping $2.5bn investment in Washington D.C opened last week, featuring a new Dynamic Motion ride.