The largest indoor water park in Russia will be opened in the west Siberian city of Tyumen this year. The 130,000 square meter park by Polin Waterparks will include mineral spring baths and a hotel, and developers expect more than one million visitors a year.
According to the news, Russia’s biggest water park is lated to open at mid or late 2018 with a capacity of 5,000 guests at a time. The waterpark will include a ‘Turbolance Slide’ – a Russia first extreme slide that propels two raft riders through a thrilling maze of steep drops and wide sweeping gravity scares. Selim Doguoglu, head of the Russian office of Polin Waterparks had this to add:
“Polin is a recognised leader for its innovative and smartly engineered aquatic attractions. We’ve already built several of the most successful waterpark facilities in the country, and we expect this one in Tyumen will quickly match those. Being an all-season facility gives it an edge over other entertainment options.”
The $86 million dollar facility will be Siberia’s version Russia’s current monster water park Golden Bay, in the Black Sea resort of Gelendijk. The indoor aspect of the new attraction will be a 10,000 square metre facility offering ten waterslides with the aim of being an all year round facility attracting families from a wide area including Chelyabinsk, Omsk, and Yekaterinburg.
Polin Waterparks will be working with local investment group Sibentel on the 10,000m² facility, which will feature more of Polin’s most popular waterslides, such as the Windigo and Magic Hole.