Goddard Group designs Kingdom of Poseidon in Harbin, China

The Goddard Group completed the design for a new themed entertainment attraction, “Kingdom of Poseidon”, which will open in Harbin, China. Goddard Group’s client is Malaysia-based KWZone Group, which invested $1.6 billion into the project.

Construction already started on the attraction.

Harbin is known for its annual winter Ice Festival, where hundreds of carved blocks of ice form an illuminated “ice kingdom”.


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When it opens, Kingdom of Poseidon will have an array of rides, shows and unique experiences based upon stories of Poseidon (the sea god in Greek mythology,) and other known ocean-related adventure tales. Using a range of “real world” 4D effects and making use of the latest in video mapping, 3D, and other projection technologies, guests will experience an array of undersea, oversea, and by-the-sea attractions.

According to the design firm, it aims to create something entirely different with Kingdom of Poseidon by providing new ways by which to involve park guests.

The Goddard Group has a number of large-scale projects for a variety of clients located across China.

Launched by Gary Goddard in 2002, the Hollywood-based Goddard Group has developed, designed and produced over 40 attractions, including resorts, casinos, theme parks and retail malls, which are currently open or under construction in locations all over the globe. Major Goddard Group clients include Galaxy Macau, Universal Studios, Six Flags, Lotte World, Caesars Palace, Cirque Du Soleil and Melco-Crown.


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