ORLANDO, Fla. — The COVID-19 crisis has crippled the thrill ride industry, changed the rules, and delayed the release of several big-name projects. But longtime innovator Bill Kitchen knows when it’s time to make a comeback.
The COVID-19 crisis has crippled the thrill ride industry, changed the rules, and delayed the release of several big-name projects. But longtime innovator Bill Kitchen knows when it’s time to make a comeback.
ThrillCorp to partner in the seventy-acre conversion of prime waterfront real estate featuring the company's 480 foot tall SkySpire observation tower.
Orange County commission chambers are standing room only Tuesday as commissioners voted on final approval of Skyplex, a development that will have a 501-foot-tall roller coaster and other attractions in the I-Drive area.
Tricentennial Tower expected to become a Mississippi Riverfront popular tourist destination.
Developers of The Skyscraper™ – the world’s tallest roller coaster and the anchor attraction for the $300 million SKYPLEX™ indoor entertainment complex – revealed today a dramatic expansion of the project, including the addition of a 450-foot drop ride called SkyFall™ as well as a landmark deal with Perkins® Restaurant & Bakery.
David and Joshua Wallack, the owners of Mango’s Tropical Cafe Orlando and Mango’s Tropical Cafe South Beach, today announced plans to develop the world’s tallest roller coaster The Skyscraper and the lavish SKYPLEX indoor entertainment complex at International Drive and Sand Lake Road.
One of the most unique thrill rides is coming to the world’s largest sports vacation destination. The Polercoaster, created by ‘inventioneer’ Bill Kitchen, designer of the SkyCoaster and SkyVenture, will be built at LakePoint Sporting Community.