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    • Amusement park rides lists

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    • Lists of amusement parks

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    • Amusement park accidents

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    • Defunct amusement parks

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    • Amusement parks in fiction

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    • Indoor amusement parks

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    • Miniature parks

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    • Amusement museums

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    • Amusement parks by opening year

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    • Amusement rides

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    • Skateparks

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    • Themed areas in amusement parks

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    • Western (genre) theme parks

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    • Amusement park

    • An amusement park (sometimes referred to as a funfair) or theme park is a group of entertainment attractions, rides, and other events in a location for the enjoyment of large numbers of people. Amusement parks have a fixed location, as opposed to travelling funfairs and traveling carnivals, and are more elaborate than ... Read »


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    • List of amusement parks

    • This page provides links to lists of amusement parks by region (below), and alphabetically beginning with the name of the park (right). ... Read »


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    • List of world's fairs


    • Accesso

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      Accesso (formerly Lo-Q) is a publicly listed technology company based in Berkshire, England. The company designs and integrates ticketing and virtual queue systems in amusement parks, water parks and other attractions. The concept of virtual queuing for amusement rides dates back to several World's fairs in the 20 ... Read »


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    • Amusement Today

    • Amusement Today

      Amusement Today is a monthly periodical that features articles, news, pictures and reviews about all things relating to the amusement park industry, including parks, rides, and ride manufacturers. The trade newspaper, which is based in Arlington, Texas, United States, was founded in January 1997 by Gary Slade, Virgil E ... Read »


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    • Animal theme park

    • An animal theme park, also known as a zoological theme park, is a combination of a theme park and a zoological park, mainly for entertainment, amusement, and commercial purposes. Many animal theme parks combine classic theme park elements, such as themed entertainment and amusement rides, with classic zoo elements such ... Read »


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    • Animatronics

    • Animatronics refers to the use of robotic devices to emulate a human or an animal, or bring lifelike characteristics to an otherwise inanimate object. A robot designed to be a convincing imitation of a human is more specifically labeled as an android. Modern animatronics have found widespread applications in movie spec ... Read »


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    • Central Scherbakov Park of Culture and Leisure

    • Coordinates: 47°59′42″N 37°47′28″E / 47.99500°N 37.79111°E / 47.99500; 37.79111 Central Park of Culture and Leisure named after Shcherbakov is a recreation park in Donetsk. It is located in Voroshylovskyi Raion, in the west it matches with stadium Shakhtar, and in the ... Read »


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    • List of closed rides and attractions

    • The following are amusement park rides and attractions that have been closed. In some cases they may have been removed and replaced by another ride, while in other cases they may be standing but not operating. ... Read »


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    • Coin shooting pistol

    • Coin Shooting Pistols are devices designed to fire common currency of various denominations. One of the earliest known in the United States is for a patent filed Nov. 11, 1909 by Theodore Zens. No known examples exist today. Two patents exist for quarter shooting pistols designed for shooting coins at toll booth bask ... Read »


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    • List of dinosaur parks

    • A dinosaur park usually refers to a Theme park in which several life-size sculptures or models of prehistoric animals, especially dinosaurs are displayed. The first dinosaur park worldwide was Crystal Palace Dinosaurs in London which opened in 1854. From 1977-1991 the largest dinosaur park in Europe was the Traumlandpa ... Read »


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    • Ethnic theme park

    • Ethnic theme parks are theme parks based on demonstrating the traditions and cultures of a multitude of ethnic groups. In China, Windows Around the World and Happy Valley Beijing are two examples of these parks which, due to their unique potpourris of heritages, attract tourists worldwide. The ethnic theme parks are ad ... Read »


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    • Exclusive ride time

    • Exclusive ride time (ERT) is a term used to refer to time set aside by an amusement park to allow a club or group exclusive use of one or more amusement rides. Exclusive ride time sessions may be scheduled outside of park operating hours or amusement park may close off the attraction(s) to the public during operating h ... Read »


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    • Family entertainment center

    • A family entertainment center (or centre), often abbreviated FEC in the entertainment industry, is a small amusement park marketed towards families with small children to teenagers, and often entirely indoors or associated with a larger operation such as a theme park. They usually cater to "sub-regional markets of larg ... Read »


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    • Funhouse

    • A funhouse or fun house is an amusement facility found on amusement park and funfair midways in which patrons encounter and actively interact with various devices designed to surprise, challenge, and amuse the visitor. Unlike thrill rides, funhouses are participatory attractions, where visitors enter and move around un ... Read »


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    • International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions

    • International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions

      The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, simply known as IAAPA, represents nearly 5,000 amusement industry members, located in 99 countries worldwide, and operates several popular global amusement industry trade shows. Its annual IAAPA Attractions Exposition, based in Orlando, Florida, is recog ... Read »


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    • Jaime Duque Park

    • Jaime Duque Park

      Jaime Duque Park is a family-oriented amusement park located in the municipality of the Metropolitan Area of Bogotá, Colombia. The park contains the Jaime Duque Zoo, the Museum of Mankind, as well as replicas of several major locations and buildings from around the world. A monorail runs through the park to help ge ... Read »


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    • Luna Park

    • Luna Park is a name shared by dozens of currently operating and defunct amusement parks that have opened on every continent except Antarctica. They are named after, and partly based on, the first "Luna Park", which opened in 1903 during the heyday of large Coney Island, New York parks. The original "Luna Park" on ... Read »


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    • National Amusement Park Historical Association

    • The National Amusement Park Historical Association (NAPHA) is an international organization dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the amusement and theme park industry – past, present and future. NAPHA was founded in 1978 by a former employee of Chicago’s Riverview amusement park (closed 1967) and h ... Read »


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    • Romon U-Park

    • Romon U-Park

      Romon U-park (Chinese: 罗蒙环球乐园) is a 200,000 ㎡ amusement park located in the south of Ningbo, China. By its size it can be considered as one of the largest urban indoor theme parks in the world. It is funded by the leading Chinese clothing manufacturer Romon Group. Romon U-park consist ... Read »


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    • Safari park

    • A safari park, sometimes known as a wildlife park, is a zoo-like commercial drive-in tourist attraction where visitors can drive their own vehicles or ride in vehicles provided by the facility to observe freely roaming animals. The main attractions are frequently large animals from Sub-Saharan Africa such as giraffes, ... Read »


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    • Salitre Magico

    • Salitre Magico

      Salitre Magico is an amusement park located in Bogotá, Colombia inside the territory of the Parque el Salitre. Currently it has 39 mechanical attractions such as roller coasters, bumping cars, and the unique "Castillo del Terror" (Castle of Horror). The park has discriminated against children with Down Syndrome. It ... Read »


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    • Show building

    • Show building is the name often given to various enclosed structures at theme parks that contain attractions such as rides or entertainment shows. The exteriors of such buildings may be themed on some or all sides, but their hidden "backstage" areas are normally very utilitarian, resembling warehouses or sound stages. ... Read »


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    • Single rider

    • Single rider lines are an opportunity at various theme parks to reduce the amount of time waiting in line for an attraction. When a single-rider line is in use, empty seats on the ride vehicles are filled using individuals from the line, thus ensuring that every vehicle is carrying the maximum number of occupants possi ... Read »


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    • Standing but not operating

    • Standing but not operating (often abbreviated SBNO) refers to an amusement park or amusement ride that still exists but is no longer operating. Reasons may include damage, pending lawsuits, lack of funding, changing location, or incidents. The status is not used to describe seasonal operation in which closure is the re ... Read »


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    • Summer park

    • A summer park is a form of theme park with a summertime theme, open only during the summertime season. Instead of electricity-generated carousels, playgrounds and swimming pool make up most attractions. In Denmark, several summer parks have been built. In Sweden, the phenomenon was booming by the mid and late 1980s. ... Read »


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    • Themed Entertainment Association

    • The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) is an international non-profit association that represents creators, developers, designers and producers of themed entertainment. Its mission, as stated in its bylaws, is to facilitate dialogue and communication among its members, to stimulate knowledge and professional growth ... Read »


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    • VR Coaster

    • A virtual reality roller coaster is a special kind of amusement park ride attraction, consisting of a roller coaster facility or ride that can be experienced with virtual reality headsets. The term VR Coaster derives from the abbreviation of virtual reality and roller coaster. The first publicly operated VR Coasters ha ... Read »


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    • White City (amusement parks)

    • White City is the common name of dozens of amusement parks in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Inspired by the White City and Midway Plaisance sections of the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1893, the parks started gaining in popularity in the last few years of the 19th century. After the 1901 Pan- ... Read »


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