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theme park

noun as in entertainment venue

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The company has been hit hard by the closure of most of its theme park attractions in Southern California and reduced capacity and attendance in Florida.

Florida remains largely open for business, including theme parks, which are operating with the use of masks and physical distancing.

An autistic boy had a meltdown at a theme park, and an employee’s simple, soothing act of solidarity went viralMaking matters worse, I am challenged by smells as well as sounds.

He wasn’t even, exactly, the guy who, months earlier, had remarked that Marvel movies resembled theme parks more than cinema, then explained himself at length when a boring controversy ensued.

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In fact, Fortnite and Roblox are closer to what the theme parks of the future will look like.

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There is a Moomin theme park, museum, Moomin T-shirts, even a Moomin movie.

Today, there is a thriving Moomin-industry around them: a theme park, a museum, a movie is on its way.

I genuinely think that what they did with the theme park in Florida is fantastic.

But the old city, site of the bull run, has the inevitable trappings of a theme park for aficionados of the vicarious kind.

Some saw their donation as a ticket to a theme park roller coaster ride.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to theme park, such as: amusement park, adventure park, carnival, safari park, and water park.

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