Which overseas theme park would you like to have in the United States?
My first choice is from Asia, and my second choice is from Europe.
My first choice is Japan's Disney Sea.
My second choice is France's Parc Astérix.
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Definitely DisneySea. Very elaborately themed, and they have some great attractions over there.
From James Rao
Posted July 23, 2010 at 10:45 PM
Agreed, DisneySea. Nothing else comes close.
However, I would love to see chunks of Disneyland Paris brought over stateside especially Alice's Curious Labyrinth which was loads of fun and pretty low maintence to run (three cast members at the most). Pretty much I was impressed with the landscaping of DLP.
I'm greedy. Couldn't we just have the best of what each one has to offer and make into a new theme park here? :)
From Jay Glenn
Posted July 27, 2010 at 8:54 AM
Hands down DisneySeas. Just imagine it as the 5th gate at the world. No one would ever go back to Universal lol.
Blackpool or Alton Towers...and bring an authentic fish and chips store with 'em!
I'd be interested to turn this question around and ask our readers from overseas..which US park would YOU like to steal from OUR shores?
I wouldn't mind seeing the family owned Europa-Park in Rust, Germany be brought over here. The park is like a mixture between Epcot and Busch Gardens Williamsburg.
Part of the fun of travelling is discovering something new. If we simply brought the best of everything to our front door, that would kind of ruin the experience for me.
As for which park I'd like to see outside of North America, definitely put me down for Tokyo DisneySea.
DisneySea ... with hippos.
From David L.
Posted July 27, 2010 at 3:56 PM
Tokyo Disney sea but i also partially agree with Josh about None. Europa Park looks fun too.
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