Cross over a foggy moat, enter the lavish Hotel Transylvania, and prepare for a guided tour with Dracula in this new family-friendly attraction at Dream Island Theme Park in Moscow.
Dream Island indoor theme park’s newest attraction, Hotel Transylvania, completes the final chapter of Sony Pictures Animation’s “Hotel Transylvania” story, a $1.3 billion family film franchise whose third film, “Hotel Transylvania: Transformania,” is due for release in North America in late July.
Dracula has opened a new hotel, and for the first time, visitors from the human world will be allowed to tour 10 rooms within the resort, meeting “unusual guests” from the films.
“The attraction will be a worthy addition to our park,” says Ivan Scholl, technical director of Dream Island Theme Park. “The work on the Hotel Transylvania theme park took more than three years, as we wanted to build a unique space for Russia, combining the latest technical and creative solutions to create a comedic horror experience suitable for the whole family.”
Dream Island partnered with Sony Pictures, Scholl added, “in order to achieve an authentic experience that will be the first attraction of this level in Russia, in one of the world’s leading theme parks.”
Jeffrey Godsick, head of location-based entertainment at Sony Pictures Entertainment, says, “In line with our growing Location Based Entertainment strategy, Dream Island Theme Park has done a fantastic job bringing this beloved brand to life and giving audiences the unique opportunity to transport themselves into the thrilling world of Hotel Transylvania.”
The Tavern of Fear snack bar and Vampire’s Bite burger café add to the story, along with gift shop Transylvania Treasures, where Hotel Transylvania-themed souvenirs and memorabilia can be found. Don’t want to wait in what will surely be long lines for the ride? Fast pass tickets are available specifically for this attraction.