|Theme Park:||Phantasialand (since 1967)|
|Address:||Berggeiststraße 31 - 41|
|Operated by:||Fam. Löffelhardt|
Phantasialand in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the most important amusement parks in Germany. Founded in 1967, the amusement park is one of the most influential parks in the world, setting new standards despite its limited space. On an area of only 28 ha, the amusement park offers a large selection of family-friendly rides and roller coasters in a very immersive environment, where there is a good mixture of realistic theme areas as well as fantasy ones.
Fun Fact #1: The Phantasialand-Jet – the former monorail of the amusement park – was originally intended as a public transport connection between the Brühl railway station and Phantasialand. Instead of using the Schwarzkopf Railway, fans can still take the shuttle bus to the park.
Fun Fact #2: After a fire the amusement park lost two of its roller coasters. The River Quest rafting ride was built in record time and recently lost its park house appearance due to a thematic adaptation to the Klugheim theme area.
Fun Fact #3: At its opening, the Klugheim theme area set a total of 6 world records for its two roller coasters Taron and Raik.