Walibi Holland

Walibi Holland
Walibi Holland logo.png
amusement park
Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, Netherlands
Status Operating
Opened 1971
Owner Compagnie des Alpes
General manager Mascha van Till-Taminau
Previous names Walibi World (2005 to 2010)

Six Flags Holland (2000 to 2004) Walibi Flevo (1994 to 1999) Flevohof (1971 to 1991)

Slogan #Hardgaan
Website http://www.walibiholland.nl
Park map
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Walibi Holland is an amusement park in Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, Netherlands.

History[edit | edit source]

The park was purchased by Premier Parks, Inc. (now Six Flags) in 1998 who subsequently added over 30 attractions and renamed the park Six Flags Hollandfor the 2000 season. In early 2004, Six Flags sold their European Parks (excluding their small share of Warner Bros. Movie World in Madrid, Spain) to Palamon Capitol Partners. The park was renamed Walibi Holland for the 2005 season. In the spring of 2006 Star Parks sold Walibi World to Grévin & Cie.

Roller coasters[edit | edit source]

Present (7)[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Status
Condor Vekoma Inverted May 1994 Operating
Drako Zierer Family 1992 Operating
Goliath Intamin Sit-Down March 29, 2002 Operating
Lost Gravity Mack Rides Semi-floorless March 24, 2016 Operating
Speed of Sound Vekoma Shuttle April 22, 2000 Operating
Untamed Rocky Mountain Construction Hybrid July 1, 2019 Operating
Xpress: Platform 13 Vekoma Launched April 2000 Operating

Past (2)[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Relocated
Flying Dutchman Gold Mine Mack Rides Wild Mouse 2000 2010 Mer de Sable
Robin Hood Vekoma Wooden 2000 2018 -

Attractions[edit | edit source]

This list is incomplete, please expand it if you can.

Operating[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Blast HUSS Top Spin 2000
G-Force HUSS Enterprise 1998
Los Sombreros Soriani & Moser Polyp 1994
Pavillon de Thé Chance Rides Teacups 2000
Space Shot S&S Worldwide Drop Tower 1998
Spinning Vibe HUSS Magic 2000

External links[edit | edit source]