Theme Parks 431
Traditionally, a theme park is a place to go to. Guests (customers) of a theme park attend in order to experience some element of recreation in a setting which is oriented around a motif or theme.
Themes range from simple (amusement or child's play) to elaborate (Greek myth). Some offer accommodations within the park, others are open days only. Many parks are seasonal. Some are really only fun in the evening when the lights come on.
Operates a number of amusement and water parks throughout the United States. Offers news, employment opportunities section, and information on the Fun Club.
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Offers museums and attractions in multiple countries focusing on odd and amazing things. Provides videos, details about exhibits, and their history.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
Operator of parks such as Sea World, Busch Gardens, Aquatica and Discovery Cove. Provides links to owned facilities and online ticket ordering.
Theme Park Adventure Magazine
Includes current and back issues, ordering information, and park news.
Universal Studios Themeparks
Guide to Universal's Orlando, Hollywood, Japan and Spain themeparks, including information about tickets and vacation packages.