Walt Disney World announced that Grad Nite At Magic Kingdom will come to an end this spring.
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An anonymously anonymous source kindly sent in several blueprints of Busch Gardens’ new themed area and Cheetaka coaster. The documents provide an inside peak at what Busch Gardens is planning — down to the tee! Continue for the blueprints.
Looking to fill more than 2,000 position, Darien Lake — New York’s largest theme park and water park resort — will hold several job fairs at local college campuses. Click through for the schedule of the fairs!
Illegal sales, theme parks, and arrests! Well here’s something you don’t see every day…
A noise study found that noise levels from proposed Orlando Thrill Park will not exceed 70 decibels in the neighboring residential areas.
Following last year’s death of SeaWorld whale trainer Dawn Brancheau, SeaWorld is beginning to allow trainers back into the water with whales on a limited basis while investing heavily in safety programs and devices.
After months of ill-tempered negotiations, members of Walt Disney World’s largest union group voted to pass a new labor contract on Friday.
Bob the Builder will soon become a permanent attraction at SplashDown Beach Water Park in Fishkill, NY when the park opens for the 2011 season on May 28.
The Kentucky State Fair Board, which now owns Kentucky Kingdom, is attempting to secure a $50 million bond to renovate the park.
Walt Disney World has been hard at work in making some great advances in the areas of reservations and hotel check in. In the near future, guests will be able to reserve ride times and hotel check-in from their computers.