The producers of Kynren - an Epic Tale of England have announced their new daytime theme park which is said to offer visitors a journey through time with shows and immersive attractions in a landscaped open space in the north east. 

11Arches Park - Fina and The Golden Cape show

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Fina and The Golden Cape is a special show which makes up part of the experience.

11Arches, the registered charity known for producing Kynren - an Epic Tale of England, has released tickets for its new theme park, where it is said that visitors can get closer to nature, step back in time into a Viking village, as well as experience live action shows.

Daily schedules mean visitors to 11Arches Park, as it is known, can get the most of the experience and won’t miss any of the action.

Organisers have promised an immersive walk-through; The Maze of Fame, a Kids’ Viking Lair and a Dancing Waters show among other experiences including the Viking Village.

After this, groups can then take their seat at 4pm for the latest original show Fina and the Golden Cape on the panoramic outdoor stage.

Anne-Isabelle Daulon, CEO and co-founder of 11Arches, said: “We couldn’t be more excited about at last unveiling 11Arches Park.

“Everything that makes what we do so epic is going to be part of this new visitor experience: the amazing cast, the brilliant stunt-riders, as well as all the immersive experiences and special effects.

“We can’t wait for visitors to experience it all. Nothing will beat the feeling of seeing families here, all having a fantastic time.”

Unique performances

Conceived and put together by the team who made Kynren – an epic tale of England, one of Trip Advisor’s ‘Top Five Shows to See in the UK’, the new park will reportedly have a uniqueness that will be matched with its performances.

That uniqueness is said to arise from a location steeped in history spanning the Romans, generations of Prince Bishops of Durham, a horse-racing tradition and the Industrial Revolution.

11Arches Park will be open every Saturday from 7th August until 11th September 2021, before opening fully in 2022 in Bishop Auckland in County Durham. Groups must be pre-booked with more information available at