COMICIAN Mario Petreković and actor Rene Bitorajac have teamed up to organize the first terrorist factory in Croatia, which will be opened to tourists at Radnička 27 in Zagreb next week.
The attraction is based on the Horror House in Garda Park and similar attractions in other amusement parks in the world. Petrekovich, who became the father of Little Mara last year, smiled and revealed to Ininks that he had never been to Garda Park. .
“I have never been there, but I will. I can’t wait to go to Gardaland with my daughter and never leave there. We are moving to Gardaland. I heard they will give visas and we are going to live there. ,” he joked.
“At the same time, we will be here in Zagreb, where the horror factory is based on these’haunted houses.’ On two floors, we will provide an adrenaline-stimulating experience. Mainly for those who come here and want People provide treatment for fear and go through the entire route, the room and everything we will prepare there, and of course the live actors.”
“So there will be live broadcasts. The actors live in this factory. This place has been a war poison factory since 1875. It is no longer going. It was a weapons factory during the First World War, so it was a hospital, and then psychiatry. It’s psychiatry. Welcome,” he joked.
“You can come in a group, four or five people at a time, but they are all measured. There is no easy distance. Once you start, there is no turning back. You can only go forward. You have to walk the floor together with two people.”
When asked if there are any activities for children, Petreković said they would definitely take this into consideration.
“The Horror Factory itself is a children’s activity for adults, so that they don’t forget to be children. In order to get closer to your children, you have to be a child yourself, because children have no obstacles. So there are no restrictions. It’s for everyone to relax and play. Happiness is the most important thing.”
“But what we want is for real children to come, accompanied by their parents. We will have a level, because we will not scare children like bad adults now. Basically, children need to have this in Zagreb Attractive, there is some content after school.”
Petrekovich hopes that the Terror Factory will become an inevitable tourist attraction.