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Tag Archives: amusement park
While we all wait for official news of Blackstone’s purchase of Busch Entertainment’s parks, including Sea World and Busch Gardens, here’s a fascinating bit of insight into how big theme parks do their ticketing from someone who has helped Disney … Continue reading
Ryman Arts understands that this holiday season it is more important than ever to make every dollar count. Double the impact of your gifts by shopping the Ryman Arts online holiday sale at www.rymanarts.org , featuring original art by Disney … Continue reading
The IAAPA Attractions Expo opened on Monday. But the show doesn’t really get going until the “What’s New” presentation which was yesterday morning. This year the kickoff session featured performances from Universal and The Blues Brothers, dancers from Busch Gardens, … Continue reading
Sadly the rumor I posted last week has come true. Cypress Gardens will close for four months to retool into two separate gates. The water park will grow larger while the attractions and animal exhibits will be removed and sold … Continue reading