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Park News - (9/10/20) Toverland has announced that they will be adding a new haunted house experience to the park as part of the “Halloween Nights” event. In addition to the new haunt, the park will offer scare zones and other thrills for 14 nights in October and November. The new haunt will be called “Maison de la Magie”, and themed around illusionist Oscar Pendula, who vanished when one of his illusions ‘went wrong’ back in the 1930s.
(4/19/20) The idea of putting a cap on daily park attendance is on the rise, and seems to be gaining a rise with European attractions as they begin to plan how they will operate once the restrictions are lifted. For example, BlooLoop reported this week that Toverland was looking into ways to not only limit park attendance, but were also thinking of using “time slots” for guests for different things to avoid crowds in once place for anything. They don’t get more specific, but I have to wonder if this also means having an assigned a time slot for your arrival time at the park as well to prevent crowding at the gate. The article also mentions attendance caps being talked about for other European attractions like Bellewaerde that wants to limit it to just 4,000 guests, and Sweden’s Kolmarden Zoo who would limit themselves down to just 1,500 guests at a time, but also require advanced online reservations.
(2/19/20) According to reports Toverland hosted a record number of guests during the 2019 season. The park’s attendance rose to 862,000 in 2019, an increase of 50,000 from the previous year. With plans to feature an extended season, longer hours, and more events at the park in 2020, they are likely to see attendance levels grow again this year too in the hopes of pushing towards 1 million guests a year.
(11/28/19) According to a post on Twitter, the Troy wooden coaster at Toverland is getting retracked over the off-season. You can see some work being done to it in the Tweet below.