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When I was spending my high school years in New Jersey, all I could dream about was getting out and exploring the world. Now that I'm middle aged with two young kids growing up in Europe, New Jersey doesn't look so bad... at least when it comes to thrill rides.
Have you ever noticed, while waiting in line for an attraction, peoples' public personas or how we perceive them because of their looks, are totally squashed as they sit onboard a roller coaster waiting to be scared to the point of pure exhilaration.
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The temporary nature, limited duration, and profitability of seasonal attractions makes it paramount for theme parks to maximize potential visitors' interest within the relatively short timeframe preceding and during each event.
Outlandish loops, tummy-turning drops and wicked-fast speeds; these are just a few of the thrilling features that characterize some of the world's most terrifying roller coasters.
On the morning of May 13, Knott's Berry Farm unveiled its new 4D shooting game ride, "Voyage to the Iron Reef," to throngs of media and special guests in advance of the ride's May 15 opening to the general public.
Featuring the conveniences and necessities that children demand and parents appreciate, the country's 10 best family-friendly amusement parks deliver a treasured day of thrills and laughs for kids and their keepers.
Six Flags have pretty much dominated the hearts, minds, and queasy stomachs of Americans since their inception back in 1962. So, in the interest of giving the spotlight to a bunch of other places (that also aren't Disneyland), we rounded up a list of some of the other best amusement parks this country has to offer.
Don't worry about keeping your "cool" on a roller coaster -- scream as much as you want.
Hold onto your hats, thrill-seekers.
Have you ever gone from zero to 60 m.p.h. in three and a half seconds while dangling off the side of a steel track? The only place in the world you ca...
Spring break is practically upon us, and those of us that live to procrastinate still have absolutely no clue what we're going to do.
I worked at Disneyland and at the Disneyland Hotel during high school and college. While there were a lot of rules, there was also a spirit of fun there. Smiling wasn't mandatory, but encouraged.
If you don't want to pay for parking and are going to park hop, you can use the Downtown Disney 3 Hour lot for free (for three hours) and either go in and out every three hours, or buy something and validate the ticket for more time.
Spring brings exciting new attractions to many amusement parks in the U.S. From a dizzying glow-in-the-dark funhouse roller coaster, to a beyond-vertical Batman, here are six new rides we're looking forward to in 2015.