From all of us at The Theme Park Blog, we want to wish everyone a happy and healthy new year in 2021! Remember to wear your mask and wash your hands!
Happy Thanksgiving! Please stay healthy and safe during these COVID times.
Date of Visit – Aug 11th 2020 Park Hours – 11 AM to 7PM During these COVID-19 times I was a bit surprised to actually see the park busy. We had made a reservation and arrived at the park at 11:30 AM and the parking lot was just getting full. The entry into the park […]
Wishing everyone a happy and healthy new year! Many more parks to come in 2020.
We were there the day that EPCOT Forever – when it opened to the public on October 1st. The show itself is only 11 mins long and is dedicated to the past and future of EPCOT with the music score having song from past attractions, as each attraction in the park is given its own […]
From all of us at The Theme Park Blog, we want to wish everyone a happy and healthy new year in 2019! We are super excited to be celebrating our 5th anniversary this year, as well as we can’t wait to visit new parks and share the new attractions! SO SIT DOWN AND STRAP IN […]
In a press release Tuesday afternoon, Six Flags Entertainment said that they are in the process of inquiring the operating rights to 5 New Parks, four of them that where sold by Six Flags back in 2006. The parks are Darien Lake (Near Buffalo, NY), Wet n Wild Splashtown (Houston, TX), Wet n Wild Phoenix, […]
Be sure to follow us as this week as I will be at Knott’s Berry Farm and Disneyland. The first trip of many different park visits this year! Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/themeparkblog Twitter – https://www.twitter.com/themeparkfans
Did ya miss us? The Theme Park Blog had taken an unexpected summer break. But this winter/spring we planned to bring a lot more fresh content to the site. Also, we plan to launch a whole new version of Coaster Warriors and are looking for some help with creating content. If you are interested, shoot […]
What the general public might not know is that your favorite amusement park might not be owned by the operator currently managing the park. For example there are companies out there that will buy up the amusement park or attraction but then lease it to an operator. The operator then pays the owner (AKA the […]