|Theme Park:||Walibi Holland (since 2011)|
|Walibi World (2005 - 2010)|
|Six Flags Holland (2000 - 2004)|
|Walibi Flevo (1994 - 1999)|
|Flevohof (1971 - 1991)|
|Part of the Resort Walibi Holland|
|8256 RJ Biddinghuizen|
|Operated by:||Compagnie des Alpes|
Walibi Holland near Biddinghuizen in the beautiful Flevoland is one of the largest theme parks in the Netherlands. Founded in 1971, the amusement park can look back on an eventful past. When the park reopened in 1994 as Walibi Flevo under the leadership of the Belgian Walibi Group, nobody could have foreseen that a few years later the group would be taken over by Premier Parks, who would then operate the park as Six Flags Holland and expand it massively. With the takeover by the Compagnie des Alpes, the company returned to its original roots.
Walibi Holland offers a great mix of family-friendly rides and thrill rides. The focus of the amusement park is not on children, but rather on teenagers and young adults, which is further underlined by the current festival theme.
Fun Fact #1: Eddie de Clown is the icon of the Halloween season. Walibi Holland offers with the Halloween Fright Nights one of the most famous and elaborate Halloween events, which is also internationally known and therefore usually sells out quickly.
Fun Fact #2: As the train of the roller coaster La Via Volta was used on the roller coaster Wipeout in the English Pleasurewood Hills, the Boomerang stood around unused for several years. It wasn’t until the redesign to Speed of Sound in 2012 that the ride was put back into operation.
Fun Fact #3: The theme park can be played as a scenario in the computer game Roller Coaster Tycoon 2.
Highlights of the Theme Park
Xpress: Platform 13
The spaghetti bowl coaster with the awesome queue