The theming of this ride is Disney level work. It looks like they really paid attention to every detail in making this ride. The actual coaster looks pretty basic but the theming makes up for it big time.
Nrthwnd wrote: Am curious - are the loc-kers free, or needing a coin?
I do not know, sorry. I think I read somewhere they are supposed to be free of charge but we did not use them so I do not know how they operate. The station itself also has bins for bags and glasses/mobile phones.
For Dutchies the nearest dive coaster is in Northern Germany or the other side of the Channel, meaning that basicly for the regular visitor the ride on itself is already a huge deal. The theming just adds up and shows that a park, not owned by any chian, can surely make it. This ride just makes Efteling more interesting for families with teenagers, dads who like a thrill and also just teenagers on their own. Baron is, in my opinion, a thrill ride that still holds on to that Efteling and Dutch feeling.
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