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Busch Gardens announces Verbolten

This morning, Busch Gardens Williamsburg Park President Carl Lum, announced Verbolten, the newest roller coaster to the incredible line-up of coasters that the park already has. Verbolten will have multiple launches...

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Mach Tower opens… finally.

Busch Gardens Williamsburg posted the following photo on their Facebook today with the caption: “Hold onto your Lederhosen, fans. We are excited to announce that Mach Tower is officially opened today.”...

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An Interview with Brad Borgman

I recently had the opportunity to talk with Brad Borgman, an engineering consultant and director of project engineering for the TWT Group. Brad has over twenty years of experience in the...

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Mäch Tower Rises at Busch Gardens

Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s newest thrill ride, Mäch Tower, is quickly taking shape. The 240-foot-tall structure was recently completed, and when the ride opens later this month, it will be the tallest at...

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Christmas Events: Busch Gardens Christmas Town

We continue our series of Christmas-in-the-park events with Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s very successful Christmas Town event. Busch Gardens describes the event well: “Get ready for evenings filled with warm holiday memories...

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg unveils two year plan

President John Reilly announced today two year plan for Busch Gardens Williamsburg which includes a drop tower and multi-launching coaster: “Today is a big day for the Williamsburg theme parks. I’m...

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg hinting at the future

The Seaworld parks are really hyping their 2011 additions! Busch Gardens Williamsburg recently released this video teasing the rides that they will be adding next year. The park applied for a height...

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New ride for Busch Gardens Europe?

Busch Gardens Williamsburg recently applied for a height waiver for a new attraction which will not exceed 260 feet: “Busch Gardens is seeking permission from James City County to build a...

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg 2007

Here are nearly 100 photos from way back in 2007 when the park was called Busch Gardens Europe. There’s a history lesson for you! These photos include Griffon, Apollo’s Chariot, Loch...