From concept to reality. The following images were used to provide an impression of what the relevant attraction would look like before it was built. Which is your favourite?
Big Easy Boulevard replaced Angry Birds Land for the 2024 season, and was billed as a place to let loose, seize the moment and create memories. The area kept the vibrant coloured buildings but presented them in a better way, also providing a more suitable transition between the two Amity areas and the tropical vibes of Nemesis Inferno and Rumba Rapids.
A new bright orange train for Flying featured as part of its return. The rather plain Thunder River entrance was transformed in to a tropical landmark for Rumba Rapids. Samurai is shown here in a slightly different colour scheme compared to what was chosen. Saw Alive turned out exactly like the concept art, and was as grim in real life as depicted!
Originally known as Project Dylan, the early concept art and plans gave no indication of the Saw movie theme. If the franchise is ever dropped we will still have a suitably themed ride for the area.
Originally called Crash Pad, Thorpe Park’s hotel made from shipping containers was leased from Snoozebox. Once the development was purchased, three different concepts were drawn up for consideration, with the Thorpe Shark Hotel theme eventually chosen.