Which theme park attraction do you find to be an eyesore?
For me it's the new Falcon's Fury at BGT; it's an ugly tower.
ALL of Dino-Rama in AK. I get what they were going for, and on that level it works, and I will admit that there is a certain carnival-esque charm that is more forgivable at night when that section is all lit up, but when you take into account the non stop barrage of breathtaking beauty, them and craftsmanship that park consistently demonstrates, there's just no excuse for an abomination like that area. Especially when plans for a far better attraction were drawn up, and they opted to go with off the rack rides instead.
rip ride rockit
I'm inclined to agree on RRR. Coasters can be beautiful, but that one just seems so out of place.
Rip Rocket and present day Wonders of life
I think the Great Bear ruined Comet Hollow. It was a peaceful, old-fashioned river section of the park and then here comes huge B&M supports everywhere. Skyrush didn't help either but it was already lost by that point.
Oh there are so many of these... I'll just hit up the big theme parks I've been to.
Disneyland - The old Rocket Rods track.
I'm hoping that the current renovations leave the Magic Kingdom with a more attractive hub than it has had in recent years. But, ultimately, I think it's the stage there that really bothers me, so I guess the hub work won't help with that.
Gotta include every coaster with a dedicated parking lot or highway view. The coaster generally isn't an eyesore, but the parking lot (or highway) sure is!
Okay so i have to admit Dino Rama is pretty ugly. But the theme is actually really good. I was at one point like, "why is Dino Rama in this beautiful park". So i googled it and to my surprise it had a theme. Well, of course it has a theme, everything in Disney is themed so why didn't i think of it earlier? Anyway heres a link to the story. It is definitely a unique theme and it really fits the land once you understand the story.
RockNRoller Coaster inside and out is an eyesore. Along with all of the other studio buildings mentioned above.
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