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If, like us, you're screaming at the news of our very own world-class theme park, then we've got all of your burning questions answered.
Britain is set to get its own rival to Disneyland, as Paramount studios are building their very own theme park.
For years we've all been forced to fork out a small fortune to carry our kids to Disneyland Paris in France, and if we're lucky making the pilgrimage to Disney World in Florida.
If like us, you're screaming at the news, then we've got all of your burning questions answered.
It's a 50-ride theme park owned by Paramount studios that's set to open in Dartford, Kent. It's estimated to cost around £3.5bn to build.
According to the proposed theme park’s local newspaper, it would attract 50,000 people per day and would be inspired by Paramount films, BBC productions and Aardman Animations.
The project is very much still in the planning stages at the moment. It's hoped the park will get government approval so that work can begin on the site in Swanscombe Peninsula in 2019, with doors expected to open in 2021.
Trains are expected to be the biggest method of transportation to the park.
Humphrey Percy from the Kuwaiti European Holdings group behind the proposal said: "We are working with the railways to make sure there’s sufficient capacity."
It's also been suggested that a boat could take passengers from Greenwich or Central London, which would all be part of the attraction.