Top things you never should do when visiting a theme park
Written by Robert Niles
Here a few of the things that you really shouldn't ever, ever do when visiting a theme park. You'll find some of these listed on our travel tips for visiting theme parks page, as well.Tweet
Show up at noon.
Buy your tickets at the front gate.
Forget to wear sunscreen.
Stop in the middle of a walkway.
Get into the biggest line you see.
Push, pull or tug a character.
Make a crying child go to something.
Never use lifts or tricks to make a child appear taller than s/he is.
Try to jump off a ride.
Carry around a large souvenir.
Got a few to add to the list? Submit yours in the comments.
Update: On the flip side, here are the top things you always should do when visiting a theme park.
This article has been archived and is no longer accepting comments.
Previous article: New expansion plans at Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Stories from a Theme Park Insider
What's it like to work in a theme park? Stories from a Theme Park Insider takes you inside the famous tunnels and backstage at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom for a look at how theme parks really work, sharing the funny moments and embarrassments that can happen when your job is someone else's vacation.
Order now: Kindle | iBooks | Paperback | Kindle (UK)
Top U.S. Theme Parks
Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
Other Top International Parks
Features, News and Advice
"Stories from a Theme Park Insider"
Theme Park Insider Guidebooks