New expansion plans at Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
and its water park, Water Country USA, are to announce an expansion and renovation plan later this month. The park's website
claims they are "re-imagining the look and feel of some of the most recognizable areas of Busch Gardens and revitalizing both parks with new attractions for your enjoyment". Details will be released on September 18.
Here is a teaser video. And I mean teaser... It tells nothing. But here you go:
Any ideas what they mean by re-imagining the look and feel of some of the most recognizable areas of Busch Gardens?
We know that there is a
Also rumors of a flying coaster where Big Bad Wolf formerly was.
Where'd you hear about a flying coaster?
A tower ride of some variety is almost a lock, and is hinted at in the video with all of the people looking up. The real question is will the tower be part of a new land and expansion of the park, or just a new ride.
How about a twin of Cheetka then?
I think I am more addicted to the build up of these expansions rather then what is actually produced, although I think this may be big, at least I hope it is.
Current Rumors coming out about new Busch Gardens: Williamsburg expansions:
Barry, your post is freaking HYSTERICAL!!!!
An Avenue Q land? I would want a vacation there so I can see a show based on that. *laughs*
I will be going on that Saturday as it is Passholder Appreciation Weekend. I will also be going to the special announcement that day as they will be allowing the first 1500 pass members into the announcement that morning.
I always wondered if Disney would purchase Busch Gardens once it was sold from AB to the Blackstone Group. BG has many accolades as being a great park, and Disney America fell through in Northern Virginia. Having a good park which can be picked up and re-branded with Disney would fall in line with expansion aspirations. The location is less than 3 hours from DC (which is pretty much recession proof) would be good for business.
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