Farewell Rameses Revenge

Yes, that’s right, as of this moment, Rameses Revenge at Chessington has closed for the final time. Never again will guests gaze upon this classic Top Spin ride as it flips rider’s and teases them with water. Rameses has tormented… Read more »

It’s Far Scarier ‘After Dark’

New this year at Chessington’s annual Howl’O’ween event is something very dark and sinister. So much so that for most guests, it is something that slipped under the radar. Similar to something you’d find at nearby Thorpe Park, Creepy Caves:… Read more »

Rameses Revenge set to close

It has been made official by Chessington World of Adventures Resort that the parks iconic Rameses Revenge top spin ride is set to close. The ride is to be removed to make way for a new attraction coming in 2021…. Read more »

Chessington Plans Mini-Flume

In a surprise move, Chessington World of Adventures Resort has submitted a new planning application. For the construction of a new, mini log flume ride. The ride formally homed at Weymouth Sealife Centre under the guise of Crocodile Creek. Is… Read more »

Drop Tower Planning Begins

Today Chessington’s latest plans for a new attraction within the resort has been unveiled. With planning documents for a new ride at Chessington appearing online. Available via the Council’s planning portal. Chessington’s new plans are now fully available to see… Read more »

Black Buccaneer Runs Ashore

In a surprise announcement, it has today been officially announced that the Black Buccaneer will not be reopening this season. In a statement released by Chessington, they state the ride has run aground and will not be opening in 2019…. Read more »

New For 2018: Tiger Rock

Chessington has officially announced that TIger Rock and Land of the Tiger will join the park this season. The new 2018 themed land is a reimaging of the former Mystic East area. Featuring a rethemed Dragon Falls log flume ride,… Read more »

Mystic East Retheme For 2018

Today, Chessington World of Adventures has submitted a new planning application to the planning office of Kingston Borough Council. To seek permission for the construction of new animal enclosures, associated groundworks and new theming elements. The planning application outlines Chessington’s… Read more »