Month: January 2017

Amusement Park Attendance expected to grow over next four years

Analysts expect a compound annual growth rate of 10.16% over the next four years in the amusement and theme park industry. American continues to lead the global market and is expect to dominate the next four years as well. The report from ReportsNReports Analysts says that even though the target market of children ages 0-14 …

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SeaWorld Orlando rebrands spring concert and dining series into Seven Seas Food Festival

It’s getting to be all about the festivals here in Orlando. Whether it’s Mardi Gras at Universal, Flower and Garden at EPCOT, or Bands Brews and BBQ at SeaWorld. Only this year SeaWorld is re-branding their spring festival into something new. There are still the bands and the BBQ and even the brew, but they’re …

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LEGOLAND Florida opens Ninjago World with innovative interactive attraction

LEGOLAND Florida piped up over the weekend and said, “hey, don’t forget about us. We’re themepark innovators too.” The new LEGO Ninjago adventure will let kids and their families ‘become the ninja’ on a groundbreaking interactive ride based on the popular LEGO building sets and TV show. Inside the new land are several hands-on, outdoor …

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Tilikum, SeaWorld Orlando’s controversial orca has died

According to a press release from SeaWorld, Tilikum, one of the park’s most well-known and controversial killer whales died early this morning. Tilikum had been facing some health issues since early last year, while the cause of death is not yet known, it’s likely related to the baterial lung infection he had been receiving treatment …

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