Israel-based amusement park operator Babylon Park will debut its first UK attraction at Camden Market Hawley Wharf in north London this spring.
Amusement park operator Babylon Park is set to launch its first site in the UK at Camden Market Hawley Wharf in north London. The development comes following a deal with Camden Market owners LabTech.
Characterised as a “family entertainment leisure concept”, the 35,000sq ft, three-floor leisure venue will be Babylon Park’s flagship UK location, offering a range of activities. These include a roller coaster, drop tower, and bumper cars, alongside video and simulator arcade machines, soft play areas, and karaoke rooms.
“Opening our first venue in the UK, within a space that champions family-friendly concepts in an inviting atmosphere is a great move for Babylon Park,” said Efi Malka, owner of Babylon Park. “We are looking forward to bringing our brand-new concept here, which will define and set the tone for our expansion across the rest of Europe and provide an opportunity for visitors to explore and learn, and have tremendous fun while doing it.”
The venue, which is set to open later this spring, will feature an intergalactic theme that encourages learning about living more sustainably, together with a family-friendly food and beverage offering.
Babylon Park is an Israel-based amusement park operator with 19 sites in three different countries, while the company is said to have plans for further worldwide expansion in the coming years.
The Camden site will be their largest to date, and has been designed and created by P&P Projects, who are behind a range of attractions, including Madame Tussauds and Nickelodeon Adventure.
“The new entertainment centre reflects our emphasis on introducing fun and unique concepts to the destination, and being family-friendly it sits perfectly alongside our existing and forthcoming leisure operators, contributing greatly to the town’s domestic and international appeal,” stated Teddy Sagi, owner of Camden Market Hawley Wharf.