Two questions: First, what is your favorite theme park?
And, second, of all the other parks in the world, which one would you most want to visit (or visit again) someday?
One of the great things about the Internet is its ability to connect readers all over the world. And in this way, we can see, read, and hear others' first-hand reports from theme parks in other parts of our country and other parts of the world, whenever we want. Whether you actually end up making it to other parks beyond your favorite, just learning more about the wide variety of destinations around the world is a treat for theme park fans. (Just type the name of a park in our search bar at the top of each page to see what Theme Park Insider readers have said about it!)
In my Orange County Register column this weekend, I offered a brief description of five fun trips that theme park fans here in Southern California ought to consider for whenever they vacation outside the region. My short list for the Register includes parks in the United States as well as ones abroad:
Obviously, compiling a complete list of dream theme park vacations might not be possible, and your personal list is limited only by your imagination. (An actual itinerary is limited by much more, alas — including time, money, and family considerations.) But visiting theme parks provides an excellent way for people to expand their travel habits. Parks are built to welcome and accommodate a wide variety of visitors, in ways that few other popular tourist attractions can match. You don't need to learn another language to visit a theme park, no matter where you go in the world. After all, when people climb onto a roller coaster or thrill ride, they all scream in the same language.
Where would you visit on your dream theme park vacation?
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