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theme park:

see amusement parkamusement park,
a commercially operated park offering various forms of entertainment, such as arcade games, carousels, roller coasters, and performers, as well as food, drink, and souvenirs.
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theme park

an area planned as a leisure attraction, in which all the displays, buildings, activities, etc., are based on or relate to one particular subject
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It operates two distinct products: Midway attractions that include SEA LIFE, Madame Tussauds, The Eye (observation attractions), The Dungeons and LEGOLAND Discovery Centres, as well as LEGOLAND Parks, that are themed interactive theme parks designed to appeal to younger families with children; and Resort Theme Parks that include Alton Towers, THORPE PARK, Chessington World of Adventures, Warwick Castle, Gardaland (Italy) and Heide Park (Northern Germany).
Development of a world-class Universal theme park in Beijing has been approved by the Chinese central government.
com)-- Curious how the likes of Shanghai Disneyland, Paramount Park Spain, Universal Studios Korea, Universal Studios Moscow, Harry Potter and Avatar theme park expansions, Marine Life Park Singapore, Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi, Dubailand, Six Flags Nigeria, Legoland Malaysia or Happyland Vietnam are progressing?
Yas Island's theme parks will bring unique and thrilling family entertainment to the Middle East.
is in constant conversation with the Chinese government on building its second China theme park in Shanghai, Hong Kong's Cable TV reported Tuesday, quoting the company's President and Chief Executive Officer Robert Iger.
We are delighted that we have been able very quickly to execute our strategy of building a leading theme park and attractions business in Europe," said Joseph Baratta, senior managing director of the Blackstone Group.
The spots, which have the theme ``Coming Home,'' feature classic Disney characters including Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck as well as such newer additions as Stitch coming from far-flung locations around the globe to a Disney theme park.
So, happily, has the struggling Mexican theme park he once called home.
We have lost faith in the Universal Studios project and no longer trust either the city or Universal Studios Japan to build an environmentally safe theme park," Matsura wrote.
Such an approach may be just fine for theme parks and episodes of "The Waltons" and "Little House on the Prairie," but it's not so helpful in dealing with serious issues such as the American Revolution, slavery, or the Civil War.
A nearby Blockbuster theme park, opponents say, could further jeopardize the fragile ecosystem by draining away precious resources.