Location: Flevoland, Netherlands
If you are adventuress and looking for an exciting thrilling adventure, then Walibi Holland in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands is the place to go. Originally the park opened in 1971 as Flevoho. In 1993, Flevoho went bankrupt and the park was purchased by The Walibi Group in the fall of 1993. In 1994, the park reopened as Walibi Flevo. In 1998, Premier parks bought the park and in 2000 the park was re-branded as Six Flags Holland. In 2004 Six Flags sold the park off and in 2005 the name was changed to Walibi World. Starting in 2011 the park’s name was changed to Walibi Holland to fit the country that the park was located in. Today, the park is owned and operated by the Walibi Group and offers a great selection of rides, attractions, shows, and even great food.
The park boasts 6 roller coasters that include Xpress, Goliath, Speed of Sound, El Condor, Robin Hood and Rattle Snake. El Condor is the world’s first Vekoma suspended looping roller coaster. The most popular coaster year in and year out in the park is Xpress which takes riders from 0 - 55.9 mph in just 2.8 seconds. In 2000, the park opened up its Halloween event called Halloween Fright Nights. Halloween Fright Nights has six haunted houses, six scarezones and three shows. The park also has a show called battle of the bands in which two fictional bands face off and the guest decides which band will win. Overall this is a great park for true enthusiast. The price for admission is € 31.50 which is $41.86 USD. With a regular admission ticket you will get all attractions and shows.
The park offers a little bit of something for everyone. There are kid’s areas with kiddie rides and even water rides to cool you off on that warm summer day. Walibi Holland is open from the end of March through the end of October. The next time you are taking a vacation into the heart of Europe, make sure you take a trip to the Netherlands and experience Walibi Holland. Fun and adventure awaits you and your family.
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