Symbolica will be the park's fourth family dark ride, following Droomvlucht, Fata Morgana, and Carnaval Festival. With an estimated cost of €35 million (US$38 million), Symbolica will be built in the center of the park as part of Efteling's 65th anniversary celebration.
According to the park's press release, visitors will enter the Palace of Fantasy and encounter their host, Pardoes the magic Jester. From there, visitors will board six-person ride vehicles for their journey. But here's the twist — visitors will collectively choose one of three different routes within the palace, each offering unique adventures and interactive elements.
The attractions's facade reminds one of Hong Kong Disneyland's Mystic Manor, while the option to "choose your adventure" from three options will remind older fans of Walt Disney World's beloved, long-removed Horizons ride.
"Every ride will guarantee wonder and amazement and excite the imagination in a new and different way," Efteling President and CEO Fons Jurgens said in a statement released by the park.
Symbolica: Palace of Fantasy is scheduled to open in summer 2017.
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