Set to open at the start of the 2014 season, Europa-Park is constructing an indoor attraction based on Luc Besson’s smash hit movie trilogy Arthur and the Invisibles.
The Kingdom of the Invisibles will be housed in a 15-meter dome on a magical island surrounded by two streams and Grimm’s enchanted forest. At 3, 500m² and with a volume of 40, 000m³ this will be Europa-Park’s largest indoor attraction.
The centrepiece of the Kingdom of the Invisibles will be “Arthur”, a unique dark ride from Mack Rides, which will transport visitors through seven fantastic kingdoms in rotating cars suspended below a track during a 550-meter-long flight.
Other rides in the development will include a 10m tall poppy shaped children’s free-fall tower and a “mul-mul” carousel.