Tag Archives: theme park design

Futuroscope May Be The Most Unique Theme Park In The World

Very few theme parks in the world can call themselves true originals. Futuroscope combines truly one-of-a-kind attractions, unique architecture, and culinary experience that no other park has even attempted before.

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Universal Orlando’s History Exhibit

Universal Orlando recently freshened up it’s exhibit at the Orange County History Center in downtown Orlando. Learn how the entertainment giant created the Superstar Parade, Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular, Halloween Horror Nights and more!

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Sea World’s Antarctica: Far More Than A Ride

In Theme Park University’s second look at Sea World Orlando’s largest expansion – we take a look at the new penguin habitat, the unique food and beverage offerings, smaller details and why some theme park fans need to chill out.

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Hard Rock Park 3: How To Move People

In the latest article of Josh Young’s series on Hard Rock Park, he takes a look at what changes from the original art work, and deliberate choices designed to keep the family together.

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