New 2016 Tourist Attractions You Need to See

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So, where to go, what to do??! Check out these New 2016 Tourist Attractions You Need to See!

Louvre Abu Dhabi, UAE

A partnership between France and the UAE, the Louvre Abu Dhabi is set to open in late 2016, and will be home to a permanent world-class art exhibition.

Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, New Zealand

Located on the outskirts of Blenheim, the Omaka Aviation Centre exhibits the historic WWII collection of Sir Peter Jackson.

Visitors to Corsier-sur-Vevey can visit the former home of legendary comedian Charlie Chaplin. Known as Manoir de Ban, this venture offers a Hollywood-style studio experience and a park, as well as a cafe/restaurant.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Studios Hollywood, CA

Open in April 2016, this attraction is delighting Harry Potter fans from around the world. Visitors can explore Hogwarts Castle and shop along the cobblestone streets of Hogsmeade.

Near the capital city of Lima, Pachacamac is an archeologic complex dating back to AD200. This new museum will display artifacts and relics from the site, some of which are currently exhibited in Lima. 

British Airways i360, Brighton, UK

Opening in the summer of 2016, this glass-enclosed vertical 450-foot cable care promises 360° views of up to 26 miles. With room for 200 guests, this experience also offers a Sky Bar and a kids zone in 2017.

This full-scale replica of Space Shuttle Independence, mounted atop a Boeing 747 shuttle carrier aircraft, has been on display since January 2016. 

This new 52-acre theme park features 40 attractions including a 2-storey-high drop tower and favorites like the Smurfs and Casper the Friendly Ghost. 

Offering 360° views of the Alps, this adventure which opened for the 2015-16 ski season, starts with a ride in a glass-front gondola and ends upon a panoramic terrace at a height of 11,371 feet.

Set as a temporary production for the 2016 summer season, this live-action show takes visitors on a story-telling journey spanning 2,000 years. The 90-minute show takes place at Auckland Castle in County Durham, with hopes the feature will continue as a more permanent attraction. Registered & Protected


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