Busch Gardens Williamsburg files application for new ride
Written by Jason Jackson
According to the Daily Press, Busch Gardens Williamsburg has filed an application with the James City County Board of Supervisors for a height variance for a tall ride structure.Tweet
Update from Robert: And here's the application on the James City County website. It's called "Busch Gardens Germany Attraction" and the comment is "Application requests a waiver to height restrictions and proposes a 'thrill attraction of a single tower not to exceed 260 feet above ground level.'"
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