Wild Asia Closed Season Changes

This valentines day, we’re sharing our love of Wild Asia and giving our friends and followers a glimpse into the ongoing work in Wild Asia. Opening in 2010, Wild Asia transformed the tired and worn out Beanoland and gave it… Read more »

Could Vampire be revamped?

Following on from the recent news in the UK theme park community. We sit down and consider whether or not Vampire could be due a refurbishment in the future. As most will know. It was recently made clear that Chessington’s… Read more »

Merlin Announces New Partner

Merlin Entertainment’s, Chessington’s parent company has today announced a new partnership with Aramark. Set to take over the operation and management of Chessington’s food and beverage operation from March 2022. Aramark is a global leader in food, and facilities management…. Read more »

Chessington Plans new Entrance

That’s right, Chessington has submitted more planning documents to the council. In what is considered a surprise move, Chessington has submitted plans to the local authority to build a new entrance to the theme park. Planned as a replacement to… Read more »

Project Amazon Gets The Go Ahead

That’s right, it’s official. Chessington World of Adventures has been given the green light. Construction can now go ahead, with planning permission now finalised. With the site walls up and work on clearing already underway. The project, set to include… Read more »

Could Jumanji Ride Into Africa?

Opening as the big new attraction for the 2013 season, Zufari: Ride Into Africa opened to mixed review. Touted as a trip into the African savannah, in the heart of Surrey, it was felt the attraction wasn’t finished. Some of… Read more »

Pirates Cove Refurb for 2022?

Following on from the recent news that Seastorm is to remain closed until 2022, could there be more on the horizon? For the 2021 season, the Mexicana area received a lot of love. New props, new signage and a full… Read more »

Safari Lodges On Track

Earlier today, Chessington World of Adventures Resort submitted planning amendments to the council. The amendments have been submitted to respond to questions and planning conditions imposed upon them. The original planning application, submitted in 2017 for 45 lodges were withdrawn…. Read more »