Hello Tom wrote:
The lack of posts in this thread demonstrates how uninterested everyone is in this.
They can make rides and family areas like Hex and Sharkbait reef - really good. But now an inflatable arch is deemed ‘on point’?
I’m not the intended audience, nor do I have children. All I can say is that, for everyone else, this looks like ‘cheap tat’ for UK’s supposed leading theme park. I do hope it exceeds expectations and can be enjoyed by all. Children are smart and aren’t going to be amused with crap that has been plastered with their favourite characters to ‘appease them’. If you’re going to make a whimsical ride you’ve got to shoot for ‘Splash Mountain’ not Kadabra.
Again, fingers crossed this is actually awesome. But I won’t be heading to AT this year.
I'm of the opinion it's a nice addition rather than a mindblowing one. It's definitely good the park is increasing it's range of rides.
I've been moaning for a while that AT has been in dire need of rides that aren't horror themed and are ones that an entire family could ride together. It's no fun having a member of a group going to a theme park and only going on ~4 rides, not because of queues but because those are the only ones they can go on.