MK Themed Attractions creates new Christmas catalogue

MK Themed Attractions, the Danish theming expert, has launched a brand new Christmas catalogue in both English and French to help attractions get inspired for the festive season.

MK Themed Attractions is pleased to announce that it has created a new Christmas catalogue to help operators prepare for Christmas 2020. The Danish company is an expert in producing themed seasonal experiences for a range of venues, including amusement parks, zoos and aquariums.

MK Themed Attractions has a large portfolio of Christmas concepts available. For instance, a colourful themed explosion of sweet treats, a vintage themed toy box filled with antique toys or an original Christmas scene filled with Santa’s chair, fireplace, mailbox.

In addition to this, its sister company, Création Group, has produced Animatronic Christmas figures for more than 55 years.

MK Themed Attractions Christmas

Creating magical surroundings

As attractions begin to prepare for the upcoming festive season, MK Themed Attractions can help them to create magical, Christmassy surroundings with plug and play theming for attractions, such as snow-cov­ered haystacks and lanterns. It can even create a pop-up Christmas attraction with a colourful and fun themed container Christmas experience.

The company is an expert in creating theming that helps to increase footfall and is happy to help operators design seasonal events that meet their needs, with quality fibreglass Christmas-themed items.

To download the English version of the Christmas catalogue, please click here. The French version is available here.

Earlier this year, MK Themed Attractions also announced that it helped popular amusement park Tivoli Friheden to improve its attendance by 45% over the summer. This is due to the implementation of a brand new Flower Festival event held at the park. The Flower Festival was so successful that Tivoli Friheden plans to hold it again in 2021 and 2022.

As part of the new event, MK Themed Attractions designed sculptures that would engage the audience, taking into account topics like climate change and a passion for nature.