“You don’t need to visit Disneyland to find these Disney-quality attractions”
We’re thrilled to share some exciting news! “Treasure Hunt: The Ride” was recently featured in an article by Robert Niles in the Orange County Register, and the praise couldn’t be higher.
“…Treasure Hunt: The Ride [is] the most richly detailed interactive attraction I have ridden.“Robert Niles (OC Register)
A Ride Rooted in Real History
The article highlights the unique storytelling elements of our ride. “Treasure Hunt: The Ride plays with the story of Hippolyte Bouchard, a real-life pirate who sacked Monterey in the early 19th century. The ride casts its basement setting as long-forgotten caverns […] where Bouchard just happens to have stashed the gold and other treasures that legend says he stole when raiding the city” (OC Register).
“In many cases, this new generation of stand-alone themed attractions offer better guest experiences than their theme park benchmarks.“Robert Niles (OC Register)
A Masterpiece of Design and Detail
What truly sets “Treasure Hunt: The Ride” apart, according to Niles, is its intricate design. The article raves, “Sally Dark Rides and Daniels Wood Land created Treasure Hunt: The Ride in a rather tight, 8,000-square-foot space with a low ceiling. But they turned that challenge into an asset, filling the space from wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling with high-definition media and props, making Treasure Hunt: The Ride the most richly detailed interactive attraction I have ridden” (OC Register).
We invite you to read the full article here to learn more about why “Treasure Hunt: The Ride” is gaining such high praise.
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