London Resort will be a 465 hectare attraction in Swanscombe, Kent, with themed lands and roller coasters. His epic roller coasters, Quetzalcoatlus, will recreate what scientists believe to be a typical flight path of the real dinosaur of the same name.
The journey goes stay low to the ground while traversing treetops, traversing water, and even through rocky canyons.
And, reaching speeds of over 70 mph, it will be one of Europe’s fastest roller coasters, according to the Daily Mirror.
The roller coaster will be part of the epic new ‘Base Camp’ area – the first time the London Resort has shared details about one of the themed lands – which will be entirely dedicated to ‘Dinosaurs, Adventure and the legacy of unsung heroes of paleontology, including Mary Anning “.
The station offered a preview of the exciting projects, as it also announced it was requesting more time to prepare for a formal investigation later this summer following news that the site has been designated a Site of Scientific Interest. special (SSSI).
There will be a second roller coaster at the attraction, but the resort has been pretty low-key about what it will be.
The family zone will offer a huge “live multimedia stage show experience”, a 4D simulator attraction and even an immersive dining experience.
And there will be an “ active dig ” site where budding paleontologists can spot the dinosaurs as they climb, dig and tunnel through the excavation site with ziplines and climbing walls.
The 4D simulator also looks pretty exciting – we’re talking about a “ scuba diving ” experience in a prehistoric world – and whether you observe or become prey is not entirely clear.
Two restaurants will be offered. One is a family-run restaurant right next to a “ Cretaceous waterhole ” that will celebrate the legacy of Mary Anning, while the second will be an immersive dining experience set in an underwater cliff, with “ view ” of dinosaurs and creatures that lurk in the shadows.
PY Gerbeau, CEO of London Resort Company Holdings, said of the new details: “The design of the base camp is based on a philosophy of what a current and modern prehistoric nature reserve might look like.
“There will be thrills, spills and high-energy rides combined with opportunities to get up close and personal with some of the most incredible creatures that have ever walked the earth. However, unlike popular films that portray dinosaurs like villains things don’t always go terribly wrong here. We are building a land of dinosaur preservation and celebration. “
Speaking previously at a sustainability conference hosted by Blooloop, PY Gerbeau said: “Together with the Planning Inspectorate, we have requested more time to prepare for the official survey later this summer. .
“It is absolutely fundamental for us to be leaders in sustainable development. We have already pledged to spend around £ 150million on reclamation, habitat improvement and the provision of around 8 miles of walking trails and public rights of way. But since Natural England designated the area as SSSI earlier this year – it’s fair and appropriate that we take a short extension to review our reports and make sure they address the issues raised.
“We’re on track to create a beacon of world-class entertainment and experiences in a world-leading sustainable environment. And we’re very excited to report details of our progress with a new land, the Camp basic.”
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This notice was published: 2021-04-20 10:54:00