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Park News - (5/30/20) Futuroscope has announced that the park will reopen again on June 13, 2020, along with the opening of their new themed spinning roller coaster, Objectif Mars. Park capacity will be limited and controlled by mandatory reservations to visit through the park website. Six of the park’s major attractions will use a new virtual queue system to prevent long lines from forming. Face mask wearing is recommended to visit the park and will actually be mandatory to visit certain areas.
2021 - Arena - Planing - (2/21/19) BlooLoop reports that Futuroscope will open a 6,000 seat arena able to accommodate both sporting and cultural events.
2025 - Future Expansion Plans - (7/7/20) According to a post by BlooLoop, Futuroscope is now planning to build a second park and resort area, known as “Futuroscope 2”, which they hope to open by 2025. The article states that the plan is for an €304 million investment that will create a water park, two hotels and ‘three attractions” by 2025. The goal of this is to expand the Futuroscope site to become a multi-day destination, with the existing park to also receive an investment of €200 million over the next decade. The article actually goes on to name the waterpark as “Aquascope”.
(2/21/19) Futuroscope is looking into the idea of opening a second smaller park with a separate admission fee sometime over the next ten years. No word on how it may be themed or designed in order to be worthy of being a second park instead of an expansion to the original. According to an interview with the park, they believe that already half of their guests visit the park for two days, so adding a second park would be a move in the right direction to offer their guests even more to do.