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Attractions Management
2022 issue 2

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5   Editor's letter: Open for all
We must listen to the communities we’re trying to serve if we’re going to make attractions inclusive for everyone, says Magali Robathan

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10   People: Nicolas de Villiers
The head of Puy du Fou on taking on America

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14   People: Dr Sue Walker
Chester Zoo’s head of science on a project aiming to save animals from extinction

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18   People: Danny Burzlaff
On AR, VR, world-building, avatar creation and the metaverse

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20   News:
The top news stories from the Attractions Management news feed

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28   Interview: Chris Mather
As the Gretna Green Experience opens in Scotland, Mather & Co’s CEO shares the highs and lows of almost three decades in exhibition design

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36   Waterparks: Down to earth
The world’s first ‘living waterslides’, a hydroponic farm, rooftop beehives and more than 1,500 trees – all part of the Therme Manchester next generation waterpark’s aims to be as green as possible

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38   Museums: Gardens of the future
Dubai’s new Museum of the Future has opened with a bang. We look at how the innovative landscaping aims to support the museum’s message

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44   Technology: A whole new world
The metaverse is coming, and the attractions industry needs to pay attention. Lesley Morisetti explores the challenges and opportunities

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50   Talking point: Neurodiversity and attractions
How can museums and attractions ensure they are as welcoming as possible for visitors with sensory needs? The experts share their tips

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60   Immersive art: In the picture
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is part of a massive trend promising to offer new perspectives on art and artists

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On the cover: Nicolas de Villiers, president of Puy du Fou, on taking on the US
 
64   Awards: Museums & Heritage Awards
As the Oscars of the museum world celebrate the best, brightest and most creative, we take a look at this year’s winners
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74   Tourism: The winds of change
Attractions providers not willing to take risks and get truly creative will get left behind, says Dr Terry Stevens. Here’s how to stay ahead of the curve
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80   Research: A sustainable future
Research shows that consumers want attractions to get greener, faster, and they’re actively pushing for change. BVA BDRC’s Jon Young talks us through the numbers
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86   Attractions-kit.net: Product innovation
From the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration projections onto Buckingham Palace to Australia’s South Coast’s first rollercoaster, we take a look at some exciting product news from across the attractions industry
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90   AM directory:
Companies supporting the industry
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