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Chessington World of Adventures Resort, Chessington | Tourist Information


Leatherhead Road
Chessington, United Kingdom KT9 2NE

0871 663 4477

If you would like to send us any comments or feedback regarding your experience at the Resort, please contact our Guest Help & Information team on our website: http://www.chessington.com/misc/contact-form.aspx While you are on the page we encourage you to leave comments, photos, videos, and links. However here are a few guidelines for posting so this remains a fun and pleasant place for everyone. What to post: • Photos and Videos of Your Visit – We always love to see your adventures on the rides with the animals and in the hotel. It’s also fun to share your experiences with others. • Questions – Do you have a question about Chessington? Post it on the Wall and see what other people have to say. We can’t guarantee we’ll reply however most questions have been answered on www.chessington.com. • Your Chessington Experience – Tell everybody about your trip and all about the experiences you had at Chessington. We love to hear all feedback, positive or negative. However if you’ve had a negative experience please tell us why by contacting Guest Help & Information http://www.chessington.com/misc/contact-form.aspx. What not to post: • Rude/offensive photo or language – We do not tolerate any abusive, malicious or intimidating behaviour or language within our Facebook page. This includes hate speech, racial, religious, sexual, cultural or other remarks which are deliberately offensive to specific groups; threatening or bullying of our staff or other users; abusive or offensive comments relating to any member of our staff; offensive or pornographic language or images; anything which incites or shows violence, or encourages illegal activity or behaviour; unsubstantiated, libellous or defamatory comments which are damaging to our business. Activity is monitored by Chessington staff on a regular basis and every effort is made to ensure our fans are engaging in a safe, friendly and fun environment. • Links and Advertisements – In general, all links and advertisements will be removed. While we love seeing other products and Facebook pages our fans like, the focus of this page is Chessington. • Photos and Videos from onboard the rides – It is dangerous to hold cameras or phones while on a ride. If you repeatedly post material that falls into the above you will be banned from participating on the page. Please understand that comments posted to this page do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Chessington World of Adventures Resort.

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Landmark Near Chessington World of Adventures Resort

Vampire (roller coaster)
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
village, khari
Chessington, United Kingdom KT9 2

+923152729590

Vampire is an Arrow suspended swinging roller coaster at Chessington World of Adventures Resort theme park in London, England. It opened in 1990 in the new Transylvania area, and was designed by John Wardley. The ride closed during the 2001 season so it could be modified to use new trains, and reopened in 2002. The ride has a gothic theme, and its station features strong theming, including an animatronic organist.HistoryThe Vampire opened in 1990 in the new Transylvania area at Chessington World of Adventures Resort, with coaster layout designed by John Wardley. The ride featured elaborate themed design, including a queueline through castle gates, a fog-filled underpass beneath the coaster track, a graveyard canopy and dark crypt passageway into the station. The station itself was dressed as a castle ballroom with torch chandeliers, Gothic murals by Rex Studios and a large pipe organ set piece. The famous theme music in the station was composed by Graham Smart in the style of an organ overture with hard rock embellishments, alluding to Phantom of the Opera.The station features a pneumatic animatronic organist character known as Marcel, produced by Tussauds Studios at the same at their Rock Circus animatronics show in London. The animatronic was programmed in time to the soundtrack using SMPTE timecode, appearing to play to the soundtrack. However, the intended synchronisation was not maintained following a minor refurbishment of the station c.1998. In 2014 the graveyard canopy was demolished following years of little maintenance. The station chandeliers were also removed, due to the winch motors used to lower them for inspection being removed.

Dragon's Fury
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Chessington World of Adventure
Chessington, United Kingdom KT9 2

Dragon's Fury is a spinning roller coaster opened in 2004 at Chessington World of Adventures Resort in southwest London, England. This ride has four-person cars that can be weighted evenly or with bias to one side, depending on the amount of spin desired. The general theme is "surviving the dragon's wrath".HistoryDragon's Fury was announced at the beginning of the 2003 season to be the main attraction of the Land of the Dragons in Chessington World of Adventures Resort, which was to also open in 2004. The ride was purchased by the Tussauds Group alongside Spinball Whizzer, which was to open at Alton Towers for the 2004 season. Its custom layout was created by John Wardley to fit in with the terrain and area at the park. The steel spinning roller coaster ride opened in 2004. It was manufactured by Maurer Söhne.2015 In early 2015, large portions of the ride's track were dismantled in order to be filled with sand. This was to reduce noise for both park guests and nearby residents. Other sections, including its lift hills were altered to reduce noise after complaints from guests riding the Tiny Truckers attraction.