Horrorland announces new attractions for 2019 season
Southern Europe's first scream park to open on October 4 with more space and raising staff numbers from 140 to 170
Horrorland, the "first scream park in southern Europe," has announced it will open its second season on October 4 with eight new attractions -double the original number-, two new multipurpose areas equipped with the latest technology, and an extra 10,500 square meters.
The horror theme park located in Cercs, in the Berguedà county in central Catalonia, will also expand its staff numbers from 140 to 170 employees, and this year will stay open for an extra 18 days, until November 16.
The theme park opened to great expectation for the first time in October last year, selling out its initial round of 22,000 entrance tickets and attracting attention from over 30 media outlets, including Reuters and CNN, who went to cover its opening.
In fact, such was Horrorland's success last year that the lease to use the premises was extended until 2022, and it also won a leading prize for theme parks, the PAC awards, which recognized the initiative as "the best innovation for Spanish theme parks in 2018."
Entrance tickets for Horrorland's second season will go on sale from April 9, with a special launch offer that will last for three weeks.