Speaking of tickets... I wonder if you could sell an intact opening-day commemorative Epcot ticket on eBay for far more than the current $345 price of a three-day park-hopper. Heck, I wonder if you could find a Disney fan at the front gate willing pay more than that in cash for one of these tickets.
Family with opening day Epcot Center tickets in line at guest relations to get them exchanged pic.twitter.com/9fF2DZtGsx— JakeOrl (@JakeOrl) July 6, 2016
Movie Park Germany announced today that it will open "Star Trek Operation Enterprise," a Mack Rides launch coaster, for the 2017 season. Beyond that, the park's bring coy on details about the new ride, which will be the first Star Trek-themed coaster since the old Borg Assimilator coaster at Carowinds, which is now known as Nighthawk. Here's a time-lapse construction video of the project:
Finally, from Thursday through Saturday, tennis fans in the London area can visit an pop-up immersive theater experience that will take them back in time to the first Wimbledon championships, in 1877. Created by Les Enfants Terribles and Framestore, the show starts in a Victorian time portal and leads visitors through the streets of London on their way to Wimbledon. It's sponsored by and developed as a "brand experience" for Stella Atrois, so the price includes two drinks and the experience ends in a bar where you can watch this year's tournament on TV.Tweet
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