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From The Industry: Theme Index and Museum Index released, TEA establishes formal presence in China and tourism stakeholders facing ‘massacre’ in Italy

Rounding up all the biggest news from both publications and associations, here is your latest edition of From the Industry from Planet Attractions






The Themed Entertainment Association/AECOM Theme Index and Museum Index has been published for calendar year 2020, showing a difficult year for theme parks, waterparks and museums but remarkable resiliency for the industry, with many attractions already on the path to recovery in 2021. (Themed Entertainment Association)

The TEA has also established a formal presence in China for the first time. (Themed Entertainment Association)

Robotic bar tenders and ‘holodecks’ will be among the offering at Sandbox VR, which recently opened several locations in the US and is coming to the UK. (InterGame)

Italian tourism revenue is down by 81% with many stakeholders insisting that “we are facing a massacre”. (Tourism Review)

Linda Alcorn - Disney’s first female engineer has talked about her storied 38-year career. (Blooloop)

Universal Orlando is takeing rollercoasters to the next level. (Funworld)

Behind-the-design: Halloween Horror Nights merchandise. (Discover Universal Blog)

IAAPA Expo Europe – An interview with Jakob Wahl and why the event matters for the zoo community. (World Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

Norwegian Cruise Line’s Prima cruise ship will feature the world’s first freefall dry slide among other attraction firsts. (Attractions Magazine)

Scenic to restart expedition voyages to Antarctica on Scenic Eclipse. (Cruise Trade News)

Dutch museums request more support as visitor numbers plunge. (NEMO)

Whitewater has announced new appointments ahead of IAAPA Expo Europe. (InterPark)

The AZA and the US Fish and Wildlife Service have announced a federal reimbursement programme for endangered species care during the pandemic. (Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

How attractions can revise their F&B offerings to include plant-based meals. (Funworld)

Science fiction meets reality: The Future Museum opens at Deutsches Museum Nürnberg. (InPark)

Meet the Park World Excellence Awards judges. (Park World)

The Getty Foundation has awarded US$1.3m for the preservation of the Wupatki National Monument - a rich repository of archaeological history and the ancestral homestead of several Southwestern Indigenous tribes in Arizona. (Art News)

The Brussels alderman Delphine Houba wants to launch "museum prescriptions" to improve the mental health of patients. A pilot project will be initiated with the CHU Brugmann. (L’Echo)

How museum staff boosted Wisconsin’s pandemic response. (American Alliance of Museums)

Phoning it in: World’s most extensive mobile phone museum to launch in November. (Museum and Heritage Advisor)

The National Roller Coaster Museum was the backdrop for the Golden Ticket Awards. (Amusement Today)

Celebrating ‘Muppets Haunted Mansion’ at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. (Disney Parks Blog)


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From The Industry: Theme Index and Museum Index released, TEA establishes formal presence in China and tourism stakeholders facing ‘massacre’ in Italy

Rounding up all the biggest news from both publications and associations, here is your latest edition of From the Industry from Planet Attractions






The Themed Entertainment Association/AECOM Theme Index and Museum Index has been published for calendar year 2020, showing a difficult year for theme parks, waterparks and museums but remarkable resiliency for the industry, with many attractions already on the path to recovery in 2021. (Themed Entertainment Association)

The TEA has also established a formal presence in China for the first time. (Themed Entertainment Association)

Robotic bar tenders and ‘holodecks’ will be among the offering at Sandbox VR, which recently opened several locations in the US and is coming to the UK. (InterGame)

Italian tourism revenue is down by 81% with many stakeholders insisting that “we are facing a massacre”. (Tourism Review)

Linda Alcorn - Disney’s first female engineer has talked about her storied 38-year career. (Blooloop)

Universal Orlando is takeing rollercoasters to the next level. (Funworld)

Behind-the-design: Halloween Horror Nights merchandise. (Discover Universal Blog)

IAAPA Expo Europe – An interview with Jakob Wahl and why the event matters for the zoo community. (World Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

Norwegian Cruise Line’s Prima cruise ship will feature the world’s first freefall dry slide among other attraction firsts. (Attractions Magazine)

Scenic to restart expedition voyages to Antarctica on Scenic Eclipse. (Cruise Trade News)

Dutch museums request more support as visitor numbers plunge. (NEMO)

Whitewater has announced new appointments ahead of IAAPA Expo Europe. (InterPark)

The AZA and the US Fish and Wildlife Service have announced a federal reimbursement programme for endangered species care during the pandemic. (Association of Zoos and Aquariums)

How attractions can revise their F&B offerings to include plant-based meals. (Funworld)

Science fiction meets reality: The Future Museum opens at Deutsches Museum Nürnberg. (InPark)

Meet the Park World Excellence Awards judges. (Park World)

The Getty Foundation has awarded US$1.3m for the preservation of the Wupatki National Monument - a rich repository of archaeological history and the ancestral homestead of several Southwestern Indigenous tribes in Arizona. (Art News)

The Brussels alderman Delphine Houba wants to launch "museum prescriptions" to improve the mental health of patients. A pilot project will be initiated with the CHU Brugmann. (L’Echo)

How museum staff boosted Wisconsin’s pandemic response. (American Alliance of Museums)

Phoning it in: World’s most extensive mobile phone museum to launch in November. (Museum and Heritage Advisor)

The National Roller Coaster Museum was the backdrop for the Golden Ticket Awards. (Amusement Today)

Celebrating ‘Muppets Haunted Mansion’ at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. (Disney Parks Blog)


 



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