In our latest episode of Theme Park University Radio, we interview Rich Hill from Sally Corporation who was in the middle of designing Justice League: Battle for Metropolis. In our interview we discuss what it was like pulling off the biggest dark ride project in the history of Six Flags parks as well as other
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On January 9, 1999, I took the day off of work and headed to Epcot with a small bag filled with snacks. After just over 15 years in operation, Horizons was announced to be having its last day of operation. I spent the entire day continuing to go around and around, clinging to the memories
An Interview With Rich Hill Artistic Director For Sally Corporation On Creating Justice League: Battle For Metropolis
Sally Corporation is creating one of the most anticipated attractions of 2015, Justice League: Battle for Metropolis 4D. Appearing in Six Flags St. Louis and Six Flags Over Texas, this will by far be the most immersive dark ride ever seen inside of a Six Flags park. Last week, Sally Corporation’s CEO John Wood unveiled their Joker
In a continued commitment to enhancing themed entertainment at Knott’s Berry Farm, today they announced their newest addition set to open in 2015, Voyage to the Iron Reef! Triotech will be creating this new ride, which also built Guardian of Wonder Mountain in Canada’s Wonderland, a park also owned by Knott’s parent company, Cedar Fair.
Today we will take a look around Harry Potter and the Escape From Gringotts in Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida. Needless to say, everything in this article can be considered spoilers since the attraction and Diagon Alley haven’t officially opened yet. However, I suspect it will soft open some time this week so they can
Take a first look at Sea World Orlando’s biggest addition ever: Antarctica Empire of the Penguin. A game changer in not just Orlando, but the the entire themed entertainment industry featuring animal encounters, unique dining options and a first of it’s kind trackless ride.
Hard Rock Park had several original attractions, this week Josh Young examines two of the most ambitious projects: Maximum and Nights in White Satin The Trip.