Magic Kingdom’s Adventureland “El Pirata Y el Perico Restaurante” is changing its name to “Tortuga Tavern”.
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SeaWorld Orlando Florida will debut a new whale show this April that will not have any trainers in the water with the whales. Trainers have not been in the water with the killer whales since the death of trainer Dawn Brancheau, who was drowned by a killer whale in February 2010.
Busch Gardens Tampa is preparing a new addition to its Endangered Species Safari that will give guests a chance to have an intimate experience with a few new arrivals to the park — cheetahs!
An employee of Disneyland Paris threatened to throw himself off a bridge at the theme Park on Thursday, blaming his manager for his actions — according to Le Parisien.
Disney uses a huge Mickey Mouse, wearing Disney Cruise Line attire, to promote the launch of the newest addition to Disney Cruise lines — the Disney Dream.
Universal Studios Singapore has confirmed that it will reopen Battlestar Galactica on February 21, 2011 after shutting down the coaster in March 2010. The park completed several months of safety tests and has received approval from the Singapore authorities to reopen the ride.
Kings Dominion, a premier amusement park located in Doswell, VA., is now accepting applications and conducting on-site interviews to fill over 2,500 seasonal positions for 2011. Openings are available in food and beverage, rides, games, merchandise, admissions, security and many other departments.
Coney Island is building a new $12 million mini amusement park for more mature guests that will feature two new roller coasters as well as several other thrill rides.
It looks like guests at Disney theme parks will no longer be able to see their favorite Disney characters in different locations or randomly run into them throughout the park.
A thirty-four year old man whose name was not immediately released fell off a roller coaster at the Tokyo Dome City Attractions park earlier today.