The company has teamed up with sister companies Universal Statues and Creation Group. Universal Statues has been working on standardised fibreglass staties, while Creation Group has brought movement in the shape of animations, and MK Themed Attractions will bring these skills together in order to offer complete concepts for theme parks, zoos, aquariums and more.
Discover new themed concepts at IAAPA Expo Europe
Together, the companies will be at booth #1-640 and #1-431, where attendees can find out about a range of seasonal and themed concepts.
For instance, MK Themed Attractions has been working on many new Halloween themed products. Halloween is gaining in popularity each year, and the company is on hand to help operators build on this by creating a unique Halloween experience.
Earlier this year, MK Themed Attractions announced that it has provided themed props for Paultons Park’s new expansion, Tornado Springs, which opened to the public this week. Tornado Springs features eight brand new rides and experiences with a Midwestern theme inspired by a 1950s town in the USA.
Since the project began in 2019, MK Themed Attractions has been working closely with Paultons Park in order to get the new themed land ready to welcome visitors, producing and delivering a wide range of themed elements.
Last year, the company also produced several themed items for Rookburgh, the new themed land at Phantasialand, including a 1.1 replica of an old-fashioned train and train wagon. The large scale steampunk train can be seen on railroads above the area, providing an eyecatching themed element for the theme park’s new world. As guests walk around Rookburgh they will also see several boilers and other themed elements by MK Themed Attractions.