ICYMI: This week’s headlines
A round-up of this week’s headlnes from the GAP Daily, the industry’s only daily email news service.
Luxury goods giant and Louis Vitton parent company LVMH has revealed a €60 million plan to turn Paris’ 157 year-old Jardin d’Acclimatation into one of France’s top three amusement parks.
Chaguanas in Trinidad and Tobago now has a second Funstation, which features the region’s largest laser tag arena.
Bewilderwood has clarified plans for its second park, which it expects to open for summer 2019, with construction starting in the next couple of months.
Ropes Courses recently supervised the installation of a custom Sky Trail ropes course in Qatar this month.
Jora Vision has created a new interactive app for visitors to Germany’s Serengeti- Park in Hodenhagen, which allows visitors to interact with the animals and help look after them.
Trampoline centres continue to extend their reach, with an Estonian firm opening Iceland’s first such venue in Reykjavik.