Wednesday, March 21, 2018

What are Theme Parks?

A theme park is a type of place which is constructed or re-purposed to a theme, for the purpose of entertaining visitors. Theme parks or amusement parks are large areas of land with different types of structures built around a common theme. Theme parks provide visitors with entertainment in the form of paid or free rides, challenges, puzzles, and games.

A picture of a theme park.
A picture of a theme park.

Types of Theme Parks

There are different types of theme parks in the world, on Earth. Some of the types of theme parks are listed below:
Water Theme Parks - theme parks which have their structures prepared for water-based entertainment are called Water Theme Parks. 
Fantasy Theme Parks - theme parks which have their structures and stalls built around a fantasy setting are called Fantasy Theme Parks. 
Family Theme Parks - theme parks which have their structures and stalls family-based entertainment centers are called Family Theme Parks. 
Movie Style Theme Parks - theme parks which have their structures, sets, and stalls built around a movie are called Movie Style Theme Parks. 
Festive Season Theme Parks - theme parks which are purposed around seasonal festivals are called Festive Season Theme Parks.

Features of Theme Parks

Theme parks can be repeat-purposed for different themes. Some of the features of theme parks are listed below:
  • Theme parks often provide rides and stall types which are unique to the area of the theme park.
  • Theme parks provide a thrill of enjoyment and togetherness for individuals, groups, and families.
  • Theme parks provide visitors places to park their vehicles and even have snack and refreshment centers.

Benefits of Theme Parks

Theme parks can be beneficial avenues of investment. Some of the benefits of theme parks include:
  • Theme parks attract seasonal audiences from local, national, and global areas.
  • Theme parks offer individuals a place where they can escape from the complexities of real life and experience something new, altogether.
  • Some rides and stalls in some theme parks become world-known for their curiosity and draw more crowds, bringing more revenue to the theme park.

Doubts of Theme Parks

Visiting theme parks can be disadvantageous for some. Some of the doubts of theme parks include:
  • Not everyone visiting theme parks can participate in all the rides in the theme parks.
  • Some rides in theme parks may be dangerous, and could injure participating individuals.
  • Theme parks present a one-time visit-all experience only; theme parks offer too many rides and stalls to explore in just one day.

Visiting Theme Parks

Theme parks are often situated in very far-off places in the world. Visiting a theme park is often a one-time affair in which the visitors or group of visitors would need to travel a long way just to reach the theme park to spend a few hours there. Theme parks provide a wholesome form of entertainment for everyone who visits a theme park. Which theme parks have you visited recently?

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2 comments:

  1. We have many theme parks over here on our side of the pond.

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  2. I wonder...the world is a large pond, there's Disneyland and many other theme parks.

    Theme parks are a lovely sight to behold. Everyone is often, always happy in theme parks!

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