Wednesday, March 28, 2001 11:48 AM
Do you think they will phase out the marine life of the SeaWorld half of the park and all there will be is rides and coasters.I do!.they say they are keeping the animals but they won't,they just wanted the land.
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Wednesday, March 28, 2001 11:58 AM
Personally, I see the park a force to be reckoned with given a few good re-constructive years.
I have never been there, so I cannot pass judgement until I visit it this summer, but from what I have read, they do need a lot of work.
But in my humble opinion, I feel that they will becomea premiere park more on the end of a Busch Gardens, lesser on the end of a Magic Mountain. Sure, they'll have a lot of coasters and all... but I think they are looking for the "all around theme park" with a marine park for the entire family as well as a high thrill coasters & rides for those individuals who come to the park seeking pure fun & excitement.
Just give it a little time. With a name change like Worlds of Adventure, you can expect quality to come out of this Six Flags joint in due time.
- More landscaping.
- More rides & coasters.
- More themed areas especially an aquatic zone.
- More variety of general attractions
Wednesday, March 28, 2001 12:18 PM
Not sure I buy the idea SFWOA will a park more "on the end of a Busch GArdens." One of my main impressions of the Busch parks is of exquisitely detailed theming. Six Flags has many strengths but theming of that level
is not one of them.
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