Parc Saint Paul amusement park in Picardy, France, is celebrating Halloween with style, with the help of Danish company Tema Design by MK Illumination.
Parc Saint Paul has expanded its Halloween theming this year, with funky zombie dancers and a haunted castle where visitors can put their courage to the test. Halloween decorations include giant 4 meters skeletons made of the best quality fiberglass, designed and produced to withstand all weather conditions.
Parc Saint Paul knows how important it is to get the right theming to set a spooky scene. They have collaborated with Tema Design by MK Illumination, specialists in creating mesmerizing decorative elements for the attraction industry worldwide.
“This is not the first time we have worked with Tema Design by MK Illumination,” says Gilles Campion, owner of Parc Saint Paul.
“They also created our giant Dinosaur head photo pod. Every time we have worked with them has been a pleasure, especially because they fully understand our needs and desires.
“As with our big dinosaur head, we wanted something big for Halloween too, and we know they can create huge fiberglass products while not compromising with the details or the quality of the product.”
Parc Saint Paul was founded by Gilles Campion’s father André in 1983. Gilles Campion took over in 1999 when the attendance was less than 100,000 visitors a year and built up the popularity of the park to attendance of over 350,000. Today the amusement park has around forty attractions.
Parc Saint Paul shows that Halloween events are not just for larger amusement parks. Every theme park no matter size can celebrate the scariest event of the year.
Tema Design by MK Illumination recently produced a range of character statues for the new Majaland Kownaty theme park in Poland.