With summer flying by, let's check in to see how everyone is doing with their theme park trips so far this year.
I would love to know how many parks Theme Park Insider readers have visited so far in 2019. Where have you been this year? Have you been staying close to home... or heading out across the country? Or have you gone big with a trip across an ocean to visit other parks this year?
What made you decide to visit the parks you did so far this year? Or... why did you choose to hold off on other parks that you might have considered or have visited in the past?
For the vote below, let's make the count include the total number of different properties you have visited in 2019, rather than individual parks. That means we're asking you to count the Walt Disney World theme parks as one property, rather than up to the four parks. Same for other multiple-park resorts, including Universal Orlando and Disneyland.
Me? I've stuck to Southern California and Central Florida so far this year, leaving it to other readers to cover the new attraction openings elsewhere in 2019. So far this year I have visited Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, Six Flags Magic Mountain, SeaWorld San Diego, and Legoland Florida, for a total eight properties visited.
Here are some of the new attractions that we've been covering here on Theme Park Insider this year: (Follow the links for our reviews)
There's more to come in 2019, of course, with Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance opening in December at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Epcot Forever coming in October, and West Coast Racers opening at Six Flags Magic Mountain sometime before the end of the year.
To help get you to your favorite parks for less money, we this year also partnered with an authorized ticket agent and are now offering discounted tickets to theme parks across the United States.
So let's hear where you've been... and where you are planning to go this year. For the vote, count the individual properties (not parks) that you will have visited during the 2019 calendar year.
In the comments, please share your most notable theme park moments this year. And, as always, thank you for being part of the Theme Park Insider community.
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