WASHINGTON — A roller coaster at one of the country’s most famous resort cities will be coming back to life in 2019.
The Wonderland roller coaster, which opened in 1926, has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors a year for more-than 60 years.
But the attraction, which reopened at the end of last year after a three-year renovation, was temporarily closed in July after a man with a knife entered the park and began stabbing people.
At the time, park officials said the park was still investigating the incident and was planning to reopen it in 2019 as planned.
This year, the park reopened with a different theme and theme park staff, and it will reopen at a new location, according to a statement from Wonderland’s owner.
Officials say they hope to reopen the park again in 2019 at a different location.