Some folks get real anal about it too. Every change you want to make has to remain true to the original architectural period. I know of people who got hassled over upgrading the wiring-- yeah, your building's a firetrap, but it's a historically accurate firetrap.
My point is, for something as fluid and changing as an amusement park, you wouldn't want to get stuck where you couldn't put in something modern because it wouldn't conform with a certain historical time period.
gator, as long as we're talking "historic" at Knoebels, don't forget the Rocket Slide and "The Loaf." :)
Once something is declared "historical" you have to deal with PHMC (PA Historic and Museum Commission) and other local agencies who want to tell you what you can and can't do with your property.
Sort-of. You can do whatever you want with your property. You just run the risk of losing the "historical" designation.
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