The Wave, which will open on October 21, features a number of slides and rides.
It has six new rides, one of which sends passengers shooting down the flume at 12mph, as well as the largest wave pool in the UK.
Each slide in the £36 million attraction located in Coventry has light and sound features as rides speed through the enclosed tube.
The Crester features two giant spheres with lighting effects while The Cascade is fully enclosed with large sections of coloured lights.
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The scariest ride is called The Torrent – where the floor drops from beneath to plunge riders at speed.
Inside the water park will be a lazy ricer and splash pads with jets.
The wave pool, which is the biggest in the country, also has a poolside cafe where parent can grab drinks and snacks.
For younger visitors, there are smaller slides for them to enjoy.
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The Wave isn't just rides, it also has a fitness suite, dance studio, spinning studio and spa.
The park should have opened this summer but it faced delays.
They warned guests to book ahead when it first opens, as large volumes of people are expected to attend.
Tickets start from £10.50 for adults and £9 for kids for a three-hour slot.
Coventry residents can get special discounts with a Go CV card.
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Back in August, the world's first launched water coaster voted "one of the best" announced it will open in 2020.
Riders will be able to race each other to the finish line on the water coaster called the Cheetah Chase.
Passengers on the ride will leave the station down a short hill before being launched by water propulsion along a flat track.
And the power of the water will push thrill seekers up a steep hill before zooming downhill at a speed of up to 20mph.
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