Experience a magical winter in Belgium’s biggest theme park!
Until January 7th Plopsaland De Panne is transformed into a magical winter landscape with surprising animation and fairy-like decorations.
Plopsaland De Panne
Until January 7th visitors can enjoy Winter Plopsaland. For the occasion, the park is decorated with a thousand and one Christmas lights, countless Christmas trees and fairy-like decorations. Furthermore, people can go on a razzle on the attractive skating rink and warm up at one of the crackling campfires in the park.
From December 23th until January 7th the park stays open a bit longer for even more winter fun. During those days visitors can admire several Christmas elves and reindeer. Santa Claus is also present to welcome young and old. On top of that, there is a magical Winter Parade and an amazing Winter Show with fireworks to end the day.
Plopsaqua De Panne
Plopsaqua De Panne is also preparing itself for a festive period. The water park is submerged in a warm, wintry atmosphere by its unique decorations and snowy landscapes. The breath-taking attractions such as the Wild River, the Storm Bath and the six dizzying water slides including the Sky Drop, the highest point of the Flemish coast, ensure a magical experience for all visitors.
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About Plopsa Group
Plopsa, the theme park division within Studio 100, manages 7 theme parks that have, on average, approximately 3 million visitors per year. The Plopsa parks offer excitement for young and old with their top attractions in a unique environment. In Belgium, there are Plopsaland De Panne, the water park Plopsaqua De Panne, the indoor Plopsa Indoor Hasselt and Plopsa Coo in the Belgian Ardennes. The first Dutch indoor theme park, Plopsa Indoor Coevorden, was opened in 2010. The existing German Holiday Park was taken over that same year. Plopsa opened its first amusement park in Poland on 29 September 2018: Majaland Kownaty. The second Plopsa water park will open in Hannut in 2020: Plopsaqua Hannuit-Landen. In addition to the parks, Plopsa also manages an external Plopsa Shop in Wijnegem Shopping Centre and the Proximus Theatre in De Panne. The opening of the very first Plopsa Hotel in De Panne is also planned for 2020.