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Adventure World Warsaw shares concept renderings for theme park/ water park resort

The new theme park/waterpark resort, Adventure World Warsaw, will begin construction in spring 2012 and is slated to open in 2014.


Park organizers state: ‘Adventure World Warsaw will consist of an all-year part and of open-air attractions open from April to November. The entrance to the park will lead through the Entertainment Village, where visitors can watch several art performances or visit bars, restaurants and stores. Passing by attractions of this part of the compound, the guests will arrive right in front of the impressive Grand Resort hotel – a building with highly stylised architecture. Under the hotel there will be a passage to the open-air part of the park and to so-called winter zone, the all-year part of theme park neighbouring with the Grand Resort hotel. Turning left before the hotel, the visitors will arrive at the Aqua Park and Aqua Hotel, directly connected with the aqua-park. The water slides, swimming pools and other, so far unprecedented in Poland, water attractions located under a gigantic dome, will be accessible 365 days a year.

‘Using the passage under the Grand Resort hotel, the visitors will enter the Theme Park, being the very core of the Adventure World Warsaw. The first part thereof will be the Adventure Harbour – a unique marketplace filled with stores, restaurants and other attractions. But this is where real entertainment just begins. Besides this part, the Park will have also five different theme islands. Two of them will belong to the all-year part of the Park: the Lost Kingdom to the right of the Adventure Harbour, where the visitors will be exposed to such powerful experiences as an earthquake of volcano eruption. On the left there will be the Polish Square, whose architecture will be reminiscent of the old towns to be found in Polish cities. And this is where one can meet characters from Polish legends and fairy tales, such as Pan Twardowski, inviting guests to visit his moving palace, or experience an adventure in a flying vehicle among other Polish fairy tales and legends. The location of each of the park’s theme islands can seen from bird’s eye view. The Creature Lagoon is the most joyful of them all, full of mythical creatures who love having fun and playing pranks. At the same altitude but on the other side of the Adventure Harbour, there is the Land of Legends – referring to Ancient civilisations, including the Mayan and Egyptian ones. The Castle Island located on the outskirts of the Adventure World Warsaw will provide an opportunity to meet Merlin, King Arthur, witches and dragons.
 
‘Peter Jan Mulder, the CEO in Las Palm, a company established to deploy the Adventure World Warsaw project, says, “In the second phase of the Project we are planning, among others, to open successive hotels and the second theme park to be created just beside the first stage of the planned investment.”

Martin Palicki
Martin Palicki owns and publishes InPark Magazine. Started in 2004, InPark Magazine provides owners and operators the perspective from "in"side the "park." Martin has also written for publications like Sound & Communications, Lighting & Sound America, Attractions Management and others. Martin has been featured in Time Magazine, CNN.com and Folio. Martin lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

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