Theme (amusement) parks around the world.|
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|Cowboyland is a piece of Far West in Italy, a place were guest can feel themself back in time.|
The place is open every weekend and during holidays, but schools and groups can visit it only during the week.
Once a month there is a Rodeo... pretty interesting.
|LunEUR is the biggest amusement park in rome. It is quite old but kids may still enjoy it.||07/04/2006||267|
|Its PLAY LAND!! In Vancouver!!||07/03/2006||306|
|A theme park in Kuwait. Is that a pirate ship in the middle?||07/01/2006||680|
|Enchanted Kingdom is a theme park in the Philippines. It is located in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, about 26 kilometers (16.1 miles) from Manila. It has a land area of 17 hectares (41 acres). The park is managed and operated by Enchanted Kingdom Inc., formerly named Amtrust Leisure Corporation.||06/20/2006||1,367|
|The aquapark in Milan||06/20/2006||1,393|
|The outdoor exhibition hosts about 150 life-size models of dinosaurs, including the terrible Allosaurus and the 45 m long Seismosaurus.||06/07/2006||560|
|Parc Astérix is a theme amusement park park based on the stories of Asterix and Obelix, created by Albert Uderzo and René Goscinny. Situated approximately 35 km (20 miles) north of Paris in Plailly in the département of Oise, it first opened its gates in 1989 and quickly became the most popular theme park in France until the opening of Euro Disneyland (now Disneyland Paris Resort) in 1992). Tod...||05/15/2006||763|
|Freetime & Familiy Park|
in an old inoperativ Nuclearreactor.
|Theme park Worlds of Fun (and Oceans of Fun waterpark) in Kansas City, Missouri||05/08/2006||501|
|Fantastic Theme Park in Benidorm, Spain. Extremely popular with tourists.||05/07/2006||611|
|Theme park west of Paris. You can visit all parts of France in one day and see their attractions. An amusement park is included.|
|The Playmobil themed funpark in Zirndorf, close to Neurenberg in Germany.|
Other locations of Playmobil funparks: Paris, Malta, Athens, West Palm Beach and Orlando.
|The Giant Drop at Dreamworld, near Coomera, Queensland, Australia, drops vertically from a height of 119 m (390 ft), giving riders five seconds of free fall time before being brought to a halt by electromagnetic brakes. The ride, which is as tall as a 30-storey building, opened on December 26, 1998, and cost AU$12 million (£4.5 million or US7.4 million).|
|Big Theme Park in Europe||04/25/2006||846|
With heights of 203 feet, drops of 144 feet and speeds up to 67 MPH, this attraction adds new meaning to the phrase "let it ride!" It features the world's first "heartline" twist and dive maneuver, allowing riders to experience the thrilling force of negative g's! Simulating a barrel-roll in a jet fighter, it rolls 180 degrees, hangs 86 feet in the a...
|Ratanga Junction: |
Official Website: http://www.ratanga.co.za/
More than 30 attractions include 24 rides ranging from kiddie rides to family rides and thrill rides for the more intrepid adventurers. Train rides and boat rides add to the offer. Snake shows and bird shows, guaranteed to enthrall audiences, add spice and variety to the full day's entertainment.
|This theme park was formerly a nuclear power station. It has never been started up so there's no radioactivity.|
|The Great Wheel of Earls Court was based upon the celebrated Ferris Wheel that had been the most arresting feature of the Chicago Exhibition of 1893. The patentee of the Chicago Wheel, a United States naval engineer called James Weir Graydon, had signed over his European rights to Walter B.Basset, a retired British naval officer (Basset later built further wheels at Paris, Blackpool and Vienna...||03/15/2006||785|
|Themepark in Southport, Merseyside||03/13/2006||346|
|Sesame Park Place at Langhorne outside Philadelphia.||03/08/2006||681|
|Temiken Zoo, in Escobar, Buenos Aires, Argentina||03/04/2006||679|
|Water park Serena|
|One of the largest Ferris Wheels in the world.||02/12/2006||342|
|This is Tower Park, Boutnemouth, UK The water park is called Splashdown. There are only water slides there - no swimming pools! - great fun though! especially the screamer! (smallest slide on the SE tower - its almost vertical!)||02/11/2006||669|