A small city in Pakistan will soon be known for more than hosting the location of Osama bin Laden’s hideout.
The city of Abbottabad, which was recently featured in Kathryn Bigelow’s Hollywood film Zero Dark Thirty, will soon have a brand new amusement park to the tune of $30 million.
The mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks lived on the lam in a large white villa in the city for the better part of a decade.
The province is likely hoping the park, which will include a rock climbing wall, paragliding, a min-golf course and a zoo, will help negate Abbottabad’s bad rap for hosting bin Laden.
The town first hit the headlines back in 2011 when a team of U.S. Navy Seal stormed the villa in a surprise attack and killed bin Laden. The surreptitious attack has caused severely strained relations between the U.S. and Pakistan as many argue the country’s government may have been sheltering bin Laden.
Since then, the massive compound that bin Laden called home for several years has been razed to the ground, courtesy of the Pakistani government.
The amusement park is set to be built at the edge of the town. Local officials originally considered building a park on top of the land where bin Laden’s villa stood, but according to Reuters, they worried locals would refer to it as “Osama Park” — not exactly a pro for a city looking to rebuild its reputation.