Amusement parks in the twentieth century has been a favorite place for a nice family vacation. However, as time goes on, in place of these parks came in other bright, technologically advanced, with new idols for children. “The old guard” was simply not able to compete with them. Many buildings were closed and demolished to make way for shopping centers, while others were abandoned because of debts. However, those that were left, that recall the days when there was fun for adults and children. Ruined and abandoned parks are filled with special energy, they could be a great place for filming some Thriller. Walking on those mysterious places, I want to look into every corner, sit on each attraction, because here was once full whole life.
Amusement Park Six Flags, New Orleans, USA
The Six Flags located in New Orleans, was deserted in 2005 due to the infamous hurricane Katrina almost completely destroyed this city. Since then, little has changed and the Park is still closed, despite attempts by its owners to bring their creation to life.
Amusement Park, Pripyat, Ukraine
Ferris wheel in Pripyat now can be called the hallmark of the city. The amusement Park was due to open on 1 may 1986, five days after the accident, but it was not to happen.
Spreepark Planets Vaild, Berlin, Germany Continue reading
6 amusement parks in Europe, which you didn’t know.
Where to go on holiday with the kids? And that cheap ticket, and fly far away, was than children to take and do. Fly close and not very expensive is, most likely to Europe, but what about the remaining paragraphs? European amusement parks – the most suitable in this case here it is possible to find something for the child and yourself to have fun, and if you choose not famous Disneyland Paris, but an alternative to him, you also avoid Queuing and hustling tourists. All the parks are close to major European cities or directly in the cities themselves. Impressions will last a long time!
1. Europa park rust, Germany
The second most visited Park in Europe (after Disneyland Paris). The Park is divided into 11 parts, each of which is a separate country in miniature. Here you can arrange a rafting “Norwegian fjordal” to catch a London taxi to see the fairytale characters in “the enchanted forest” fairy tales of the brothers Grimm, and even visit “Moscow Gum” and roam environments of sunflowers on the Russian village, to fly on the simulator and buy Baba Yaga (not nastoyashuyu, of course, and puppet). Well, part of accelerate to 130 km/h on a roller coaster or up to 70 km / h on the “Greek” waterslide 850 m! By the way, Europa-Park just 60 km from Strasbourg international: here you and German pretzels, French Brasserie and a charming narrow streets mixed with urban channels. Oh yeah, I almost forgot about the legendary Cathedral. Continue reading
April 9 regular season opens one of the largest children’s parks in Europe, located in the German black forest. It is called Europa – Park. 85 acres of old Palace Park fit 13 European countries, more than 100 rides, several hotels and many restaurants.
Castle Balthazar 1442 building, which once treated the territory, by the way, survived. Around it grew a baby.
Europa-Park . Germany’s largest amusement Park, opened over 35 years ago, in July 1975. The settlement of rust, the Park is located in the black forest, one of the most beautiful regions of Germany, not far from the German-French border, so the Strasbourg airport almost next door. Not far from here to Switzerland. By car from Stuttgart will take an hour and a half from Munich – two to three hours.
Entertain – teach!
The concept of the Park of Europe fully embodies the principle of “entertain – teach”. Each of these 13 countries has its own area, where there are rides, performed well in recognizable national style, with numerous references to the history and culture of the country. Here are the themed shows and performances, including for the little ones.
England,for example, among others presents the ancient traditional carousel with wooden horses and the famous globe theatre, on the stage that played, you guessed it, Shakespearean passions. Continue reading