Busch Gardens Williamsburg – Bomb Threat

A piece of paper was found near the England area of Busch Gardens Williamsburg on Sunday around 3:30 p.m. that forced officials to close the park. According to HamptonRoads.com a note threatening a bomb was found in the area, which prompted officials to shut down that area of the park. …

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Polercoaster Details Arise

According to WESH.com, sources now are reporting that the upcoming Polercoaster is to be placed at northeast corner of the intersection of International Drive, I-Drive, and Sand Lake Road, Orlando FL. According to WESH and its sources, WF IDrive Realty paid $7.2 million for the 5 1/2 acre plot of …

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After Years of Planning, Cinecitta World Finally Set to Open

For over ten years there has been speculation that a new theme park could open ten miles south of Rome in Italy. It is expected that this rumor will soon become reality with the opening of Cinecitta World. The project which began planning in 2003 and was announced in 2009 …

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Speculation Heats Up on Possible Frozen Attraction at Disney

Orlando, Florida – Disney’s most recent blockbuster animated movie, Frozen, has been a massive hit at the box office. Rumors have been circulating that Frozen themed attractions will be making their way to Disney parks in the not too distant future. © Disney Frozen-themed guest special events have made their …

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Phases Revealed for the Opening of The Grand Texas Theme Park

New Caney, TX –  © Grand Texas Earlier in the year we reported that developers had plans to fill the void in the Houston area that Astroworld left when it closed in 2005. This week, more detailed plans were revealed that showed exactly how the Grand Texas theme park would …

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World’s Newest Amusement Park Ride Combines Technology With Storytelling

An innovative ride that can drop vertically, see-saw up and down and slide sideways is being unveiled today by Dynamic Attractions at the Asian Attractions Expo in Beijing, China.The SFX Coaster™ features 4 engineering advances that have never been together on a ride. But the attraction’s biggest innovation is that …

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Grand Reopening of Camp Snoopy and Calico Mine Ride

Thursday, June 12, 2014, Knott’s Berry Farm kickstarted their summer operating season with the opening of an expanded Camp Snoopy children’s area, and the newly-refurbished Calico Mine Ride. The Camp Snoopy expansion comes following the area’s 30th year of operation. It originally opened in 1983 as the first entirely child-centered …

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Tokyo Disneyland Surpasses Original Disney Park in Attendance

Disneyland may be known as the “happiest place on Earth” but it is not the most visited. An increase in park attendance at Tokyo Disneyland has pushed the Japanese Park past the original Disney Park in the number of people that visit during the year. This increase means that Tokyo …

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Taking a Spin on the High Roller

The High Roller in Las Vegas, NV is an “observation wheel”. It is essentially a huge Ferris wheel with enclosed guest cabins. It is part of a new open air mall called The Linq which was built by Caesars Entertainment and opened on March 31, 2014 after two years of …

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