Book Review + Giveaway: Imagineering an American Dreamscape

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  1. Dylan says:

    Probably Six Flags Fiesta Texas because of the incorporation of the quarry wall.

  2. Bram Faems says:

    The park which design I love the most is Parc Asterix near Paris, France. The theming of the park is absolutely stunning, but the layout of the paths is amazingly well plannend. A first visitor can just take the circular walk, that will take you along the biggest attractions and the various themed zones. But the more experienced visitor finds his/her wat through other, mallet short cuts to speed up walks through the park.

  3. Donna M says:

    Oaks Park in Portland Oregon.

  4. Xander says:

    For me Busch Gardens Williamsburg, I like how half of the park is on the other side of a river.

  5. Zack says:

    Holiday World for how the park and rides are all incorporated in the landscape.

  6. Luke Otten says:

    For sure Alton Towers. The way they are able to work with the lovely landscaping, with that tree hight limitation, just amazing!

  7. Teebs says:

    For me it would have to be Efteling, the attention to detail and fairytale theming combined with the lush garden atmosphere is unparalleled. Plus, I love the way they fully embrace the nostalgia and love people have for former rides. The little festival they had for the closing of the bob track coaster was such a lovely way to commemorate a ride who’s lifespan had ended without just hyping up the replacement for it.

  8. Quinton says:

    Six Flags Great America for the classic feel of seeing the double decker carousel when you enter.

  9. Marge says:

    Sea World San Diego

  10. Tyler says:

    Kings Island. They’ve kept true to the original layout and themes even when adding big new thrill rides. Lots of regional parks lost sight of that.

  11. Sylvain Brousseau says:

    I believe that Canada’s Wonderland is the most beautiful designed theme park we visit so far.

  12. Johannah says:

    I have not been to many theme parks. I would pick Busch Gardens Williamsburg VA because I have always enjoyed every visit!

  13. Chris Allen says:

    THe Most beautiful design.. I would have to say Busch Gardens Virginia.. or DOllywood.. both have put a lot of work into theming and making you feel like your not in a just another amusement park

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  16. Joseph Mao Cheia says:

    So I would have to say DisneySea. No other park in the world is like this place. Every vista was spectacular. From the moment of entry I was walking around looking up and around. I visited before the heavy influx of different Disney characters. Not sure if it is the same now. Back in 1995 it was hands down the best park I visited that year, I did Disneyland, Disney World and Disneyland Japan as well that year, but DisneySea should be on everyone’s must do list. Spectacular does not do as a description.

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