Hello Kitty Park
Zhejiang Province, China
Opened in January 2015
The new attraction includes 11 themed facilities, such as performance venues, amusement rides, a luxury resort and even a grand mahjong hall. This park is expected to attract up to one million visitors per year.
The National Videogame Arcade
Opening March 2015
This forthcoming arcade will be a hub for video game culture, with public programmes, educational outreach, archives, themed galleries and interactive exhibition spread across a five-floor building in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter.
Grand Texas Sports & Entertainment District
New Caney, Texas
Opening Spring 2015
This amusement zone will include a motorsports park, sports complex and water park. The 640-acre district will eventually house seven Texas-themed attractions in total, including a shopping and entertainment complex, a multi-use event center, concert venues, a wakeboarding lake, equestrain trails, a hospitality village and the Grand Texas Amusement Park
The National Blues Museum
St. Louis, Missouri
Opening later in 2015
Blues fans will hae a good reason to smile when this museum opens to the public. Backed by everyone from blues legend Buddy Guy to actor John Goodman this complex will contain an interactive exhibition space, a theatre and public programmes
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art
Opening June 2015
This museum wil display some of the bests contemporary works from Russia and beyond.
Opening Summer 2015
Eternity Passage claims it will be China’s first hi-tech amusement park, weaving Chinese history with technological fantasy across two large zones – one indoor and the other outdoor.
Grand Egyptian Museum
Openng fall 2015
Halfway between the Pyramids of Giza and the modern city of Cairo lies an $800 million compound that will soon be home to 100 000 ancient artifacts spanning more than 7 000 years of history.
National Gallery Singapore
Opening November 2015
This gallery will be the largest visual arts venue in Southeast Asia with a collection of regional art spanning from the 19th century to present day.
Riau Islands, Indonesia
Opening later in 2015
The world’s largest eco-theme park. The park includes a multi-sensory rainforest, land- and river-based safaris, snorkel and scuba zones, an interactive dolphin habitat and an aquarium where you can swim with whale sharks.
Louvre Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
Opening December 2015
Said to be one of the most expensive cultural institutions ever conceived with 65 000 square feet of permanent intallations and 22 000 square feet more set aside for temporary exhibits.