The entire education sector goes on strike on Friday 15 March 2019, but if you want to go to school anyway, then visit Toverland. The theme park opens a special Magic School, in which students are able to attend various themed classes. At the end of the day, hardworking students receive a magic diploma called ToverDiploma.
“We receive quite a lot of questions about Toverland and we have developed a number of classes based on these questions”, says Communications Manager Tessa Maessen. General Director Caroline Kortooms will talk about the history of Toverland during her class and answers the question: ‘How do you become a theme park director?’ Attractions Manager Marieke van Hek teaches about rollercoasters, Toos Toverhoed will teach you how to dance and classes in magic are taught at the Magic School.
A fun pack is available for those students who prefer to be active. This means that there’s a photo discovery tour throughout the entire park and letters can be seen alongside crazy river ride Expedition Zork, with which you can form a word. But you won’t find all of the letters unless you’ve made a splash from 15 metres high.
At the end of the day, all students who have at least attended two of the classes held at this Magic School receive a diploma, called ToverDiploma. Participation is free of charge, but regular admission prices apply. More information can be found on toverland.com/toverschool.