|Theme Park:||BonBon-Land (since 1992)|
|Operated by:||Parques Reunidos|
BonBon-Land in Holme-Olstrup, near the Danish town of Næstved, is an amusement park managed by the Spanish amusement park group Parques Reunidos. The park was founded in 1992 as a visitor centre for the nearby candy factory BonBon. The design of the park is similar to that of the sweets, which are all quite unusual. For example, there is a dog-fart roller coaster, a canal-rat log flume or the boat swing Klaptorsken (where Klaptorsk means fool), which is themed after a codfish. As you can see, BonBon-Land is a very strange amusement park, but it has some highlights – however, it is important that you get used to the Danish humor.
Fun Fact #1: The roller coaster Vildswinet is the first Eurofighter from Gerstlauer. The roller coaster was designed after a wild boar and therefore has a car racing look.
Fun Fact #2: The theme park has already outlasted a large part of the candy assortment of the BonBon company. After the company was sold to the confectionery manufacturer Toms in 2001, the candy Store Babser, Dyt i Bamsen, Sillykoner and Blondinehjerner were discontinued because of their names that were not entirely child-friendly.