Posted Friday, March 28, 2014 8:57 AM | Contributed by Jeff
California-based Palace Entertainment, a subsidiary of Spanish theme park operator Parques Reunidos, signed an agreement in the past month to purchase the 38-acre Miami Seaquarium on the Rickenbacker Causeway.
Read more from The Miami Herald.
Great! Where's my free tickets?
Hopefully they'll move the Dania Beach Hurricane to this park.
They didn't even want it at the last place.
I am almost positive DBH had its run. There were two chances with Miami MetroZoo, both fell through very early in the process. The first was very shortly after it closed, the second about 12-18 months later. "Relocations" seem to generally run a lot closer to Twister than to Phoenix. (Starliner, Zippin Pippin, etc.)...so even if a wooden coaster were to arrive, it wouldn't be DBH.
In semi-related news, I see Zingo! showing up for sale at IRM...Last edited by rollergator, Saturday, March 29, 2014 1:23 PM
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