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PAW Patrol-Themed World Launches at Movie Park in Germany


Adventure Bay, the family-friendly themed world based on the hit kids’ series PAW Patrol, has opened its doors at Movie Park Germany’s Nickland.

The themed area brings the world of the series’ canine characters to life, featuring a children’s playground and a 45-foot tower modeled from the series’ focal Command Center. The PAW Patrol Adventure Tour is one of the attractions now available at Adventure Bay, and it allows children and their families to sit inside the puppies’ rescue vehicles, including Marshall’s fire engine and Rubble’s bulldozer. There is also a brand-new PAW Patrol beach playground and a hovercraft ride called “Zuma’s Zoomers,” named after the series’ chocolate Labrador retriever.

The Movie Park Germany project team under Wiebe Damstra, working in close cooperation with Nickelodeon Experience Design in Orlando, the Netherlands’ Leisure Expert Group and Spain’s Rocas & Design, developed the project.

“Now the time has finally come and all families with children can explore the world of PAW Patrol together,” said managing director Thorsten Backhaus. “Numerous experts and employees were involved in the realization of the project so that Adventure Bay could be reproduced as exact as possible. True to the series motto ‘No job is too big, no pup is too small,’ construction work on the new PAW Patrol-themed world has been in full swing since winter. We are very satisfied with the final results and look forward to presenting the new area to our visitors.”

“Our goal is to make the world a more playful place, both on and beyond the screen,” said Gerald Raines, senior VP of global location-based experiences at Nickelodeon/Viacom International Media Networks. “We’re excited to bring one of Nickelodeon’s most beloved properties to Movie Park Germany and can’t wait for families to experience everything the new Adventure Bay has to offer.”

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