MK Themed Attractions, the Danish theming expert, 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.
Introducing Tornado Springs
Speaking about the Tornado Springs project, Lars Nielsen, themed attractions specialist at MK Themed Attractions, says “First, a big congratulation to Paultons Park with the opening of the park and their brand new area Tornado Springs. Second, I have to say that it has been a pleasure working with Paultons Park. “
“From the very beginning the visions and ambitions Paultons Park had sounded exciting, and a project we at MK Themed Attractions have loved being a part of. We look forward to following the launch of the area and seeing the impression of the many guests, eager to create new fun memories.”
James Mancey, operations director at Paultons Park adds:
“We are so pleased to finally open the park and welcome guests to explore Tornado Springs, our largest single investment here at Paultons Park. We wanted to introduce a spectacular and immersive themed area and asked Leisure Expert Group (LEG) to help with the design alongside MK Themed Attractions.”
“We are so pleased with the final product and have enjoyed seeing the smiles on our guests’ faces as they have experienced the new Midwestern themed area for the first time this week.”
Last year, the company also produced several themed items for Rookburgh, the new themed land at Phantasialand, including a full-size steampunk train.