The last summer weekend at the amusement park in Zator is behind us. However, Energylandia is preparing surprises for the winter and another crazy zone next season.
Energylandia is a fantastic place for a trip, especially if you take children with you. Even though the holidays are coming to an end, you won’t have to wait a whole year for the rollercoaster madness. The Małopolska amusement park is preparing a new fun zone for visitors, which will be available next year. Additionally, like every winter, the Winter Kingdom zone will be open, where, in addition to the most famous rides, we can take advantage of the ice rink, gingerbread workshops and a visit to Santa Claus.
Sweet Valley will be a new zone of Energylandia
Energylandia takes care of the idea, aesthetics and execution of the attraction that matches the selected theme. In this respect, the new, seventh zone will be no different. Sweet Valley, or “Sweet Valley”, is a kingdom of sweets and a place full of candy attractions, from carousels to rollercoasters, which with their pastel color and interesting shape resemble candies, cookies or chocolate bars.
The grand opening of the new zone will take place just before next year’s May weekend, on April 27, 2024. The area will cover 4 ha, where attractions will be located. As many as 1,000 people worked in their production. Two rollercoasters are planned: Choco Chip Creek, over a kilometer long, and the family-friendly Honey Harbor. Tourists will be able to climb the Crazy Barn, which is the top of a barn-like house built on a hen’s foot. There will be room for the Bumble Boats water attraction. Of course, there will also be the symbol of every amusement park – a carousel of cups straight from Disneyland. That’s not all – a lollipop farm, a carousel styled like an old tree and a Toffee Theater will be created, where evening shows will take place.
You don’t have to wait until the holidays, because Winter Kingdom is starting
Energylandia proves every year that winter does not have to mean closing amusement parks. From November 25 to January 21, 2024, a special, temporary section of Energylandia will be open, where guests will be able to take advantage of the largest garden of lights in Poland, an ice rink, snow tubing, gingerbread decorating workshops, and even a meeting with Santa Claus himself.
Energylandia has spread its wings significantly and does not direct its entertainment only to domestic tourists. In the 2023 season, as much as 40 percent The park’s guests were foreigners. “The park enjoyed the greatest interest among citizens of the Czech Republic, the United Arab Emirates, Slovakia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Great Britain, Germany and Saudi Arabia. Since 2014, the entertainment center has been visited by as many as 12 million guests,” it was summarized during a recent press conference.