Kynren is returning to its Bishop Auckland stage in County Durham for 2020 with a variety of new attractions as apart of their new development.
Created by Eleven Arches, the park is a new daytime attraction for the region and will complement the multi-award-winning Kynren evening performances. Visitors will experience an action-packed afternoon of fun, new activities including an electrifying horse stunt show, immersive family attractions and all-new dining experiences.
Charles Lamarche, an internationally renowned artistic director, Kynren’s equine cast and their highly-skilled riders will perform never-before-seen stunts, daredevil chariot races and jousting live on the panoramic outdoor stage ahead of the evening performance.
The afternoon entertainment also features the Maze of Fame where visitors encounter a cast of colourful, iconic characters and surprises around every corner.
Other new attractions include the enchanting mini explorers themed Adventure Playground which sits alongside existing favourites including the walkthrough Viking Village, Animal Croft and Georgian Shop. Visitors can also relax while enjoying tasty treats from the new food outlets and listen to live music on the lake before the show starts.
The new dining experiences cater to all tastes – from the hog roast meal deal in the food village to exclusive VIP dining packages, there is something for all visitors to enjoy.
Anne-Isabelle Daulon, CEO and Co-Founder of Kynren said, “The park is the most ambitious addition to the Kynren Spectacular and is a major step towards our vision of creating a truly world-class family destination experience here in the North East.
“The addition of all the new afternoon attractions and the new show will provide an exciting and entertaining experience for audiences to immerse themselves in before the Kynren performance.”
To book tickets for the new 2020 show (including entry to all the afternoon activities), please visit the website.