|The park is broken into six regions: Africa, Germany, China, Mexico, Fantasy, and Mystery. The major thrill rides are Black Mamba (B&M invert), Winjas (custom dual-track Maurer Sohne spinner with surprises), Mystery Castle (Drop Tower and show), River Quest (boat ride), and Talocan (impressively themed Top Spin). Chiapas is a highly themed log flume, Colorado Adventure is an above-average mine train, and the park has plenty of indoor attractions: Feng Ju (Mad House), Silbermine, Geister Ricksha (Ghost Train), and the incomparable Hollywood Tours.|
|Each area of the park serves food "native" to that region. The best food can be found in the traditional German offerings, along with the lo mein cart in China.|
|The park is generally open from April to early November--check the park website for specific hours. |
|Established Seasonal events|
|The Winter Experience runs from late November through early January--consult the park website for specifics. The indoor rides and shows are open during the Winter Experience.|
|Access & Location|
|Driving directions to the park can be found on the park's website: |
Bus service is available from the Bruhl Train Station (Hauptbahnhof Brühl).
|There are two incredible, immersive top-notch hotels on site with the four-star-rated Hotel Ling Bao (Chinese theme) and three-star-rated Hotel Matamba (African safari theme). Hotel Ling Bao also has the rooftop Dragon Bar, but hours are limited. |
For a more rugged experience, families can opt for Smokey's Digger Camp, where you can hook up your RV or rent teepees and tents.
|Virtual Queue Options|
|A limited number of Quick Passes are sold each day.|
|The park offers traditiontal theme-park shows--singing, dancing, ice skating, acrobatics, magic, and stunts--in various venues. In 2010 the park introduced an outdoor spectacular with music, acrobats, artistry, and mechanical machines featuring the park's six mascots.|