UA-140396414-1Theme Park Architect – Page 14 – Behind the Scenes of Theme Park Architecture and Design

Theme Park

What is a Theme Park? Theme parks can offer all the experiences that amusement parks offer, but the differentiating factor is theme parks base all of their assets (attractions) around a central, well defined unifying theme that can have multiple …

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What is an Attraction? An Attraction in a theme park setting is any ticketed, paid experience such as a ride or show. Attractions may vary in style from simple spinning rides for children to large thrill rides such as roller …

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Amusement Park

What is an Amusement Park? Amusement parks offer a variety of carnival or county fair types rides and attractions. In short form; amusement parks are not theme parks. While amusement parks may have notions of underlying themes or stories that …

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Concept Design Phase

What is the Concept Design Phase? The Concept Phase is an advancement of the Blue Sky Phase. The design team will take the design comments from the theme park Owner back in Blue Sky and begin to further refine and …

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