Themed Attractions come in many different shapes and sizes, from “dark rides”, rollercoasters, interactive exhibits, Film or TV - related experiences, the list is almost endless! However they all have one thing in common - they need to be FUN!

We specialize in adding the magic to the attractions we work on, making sure that the design emotionally connects to the target audience riding or visiting it, to create a positive visitor experience - let us help add that magic to YOUR attraction!

Our services include

- Creative Show-writing, Art Direction and ideas for new attractions

- Initial Concepts and 3D Theming design for new areas, zones and attractions

- Attraction Layout Planning

- Detailed Themebook generation

Above are just a few images of the Themed Attractions we’re proud to have developed, but we’ve also helped to create

Sid’s Arctic Tours - an Ice Age Adventure Dark Water Ride for 20th Century Fox at Fantasy Land, Ancol,

Cbeebies Land Attractions at Alton Towers Resort for Merlin/BBC Worldwide including

Charlie and Lola’s Moonsquirters and Greendrops - exploratory play adventure attraction at Cbeebies land

Nina’s Science Lab - hands on scientific gallery at Cbeebies land

The Octonauts Roller Coaster Adventure - junior rollercoaster at Cbeebies land

Paramount London Resort

Madame Tussaud’s London and New York

Duel - The Haunted House, Alton Towers

The Magic Circle Museum, London

Plus a number of exciting new attractions opening in the near future…

What can we help you design? Get in contact now to discuss your ideas!

Tel: +44 (0) 7973 796 732

Email: andywhitecreative@gmail.com

Mail: andywhitecreative@gmail.com?subject=New Creative Design Enquiry

Contact us now, we’d love to hear from you!

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