The oldest amusement park in the world is Bakken, which opened in 1583 at Klampenborg, just north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Amusement parks have come a long way since then, and have especially changed since the opening of Disneyland, which was supposed to be a clean alternative to the idea of a dirty fairground.
Trend Hunter's Amusement Park Trend Report tracks exciting changes in the world of theme parks, whether it is an exciting new development project, physics-defying new thrill ride or an innovative advertising campaign catching the attention of consumers.
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Amusement Park Trend Report
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$40 Million Thrill Rides
Automaker Theme Parks (UPDATE)
Colorful Cartoonish Structures
Litigious Amusement Parks
Amusement Park-Inspired Seating
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