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Skull Island's New Ride, Shanghai Disneyland Images and Latest Theme Park News

Entertainment | Donald Wood | March 16, 2016

Skull Island's New Ride, Shanghai Disneyland Images and Latest Theme Park News

Universal Orlando’s Skull Island Reveals Details About Ride Vehicles
On Tuesday, Universal Studios Orlando has released specifications for the “Skull Island: Reign of Kong” ride vehicle. The bus-like vehicle will be 40 feet long, weigh 17-tons and carry 72 guests in total with 12 passengers per row.

First Look Inside Shanghai Disneyland
Thanks to, amusement park enthusiasts who have waited patiently finally get the opportunity to see inside Shanghai Disneyland. There are now less than 100 days until the grand opening

Universal Orlando Opening Steampunk-Themed Chocolate Restaurant
Universal Studios Orlando announced a new restaurant concept with a sweet shop/steampunk aesthetic called The Toothsome Chocolate Factory & Savory Feast Emporium. The eating establishment is scheduled to open later in 2016.

Angry Woman’s Splash Mountain Picture Goes Viral
In one of the funniest images you will ever see, a woman was photographed by a ride camera while on Splash Mountain at Disney World giving a dirty look and having her arms crossed. The hilarious visual was caused by the woman’s husband not going on the ride with her.



On Tuesday, SeaWorld Orlando officials announced that the park has installed the final segment of the new record-breaking Mako roller coaster.

The new Lake City Amusement Park in Guntersville, Alabama, will open for its first full season on April 15.

LEGOLAND Florida Resort theme park announced Tuesday it will add a beach retreat and a new portion of the park based on LEGO Ninjago, with each scheduled to open by 2017.

Officials at Adventureland Park in Altoona, Iowa, have constructed the first part of the track for the new roller coaster, dubbed The Monster. The new attraction is set to open in June.


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