Busch Gardens and Magic Kingdom are two of the most famous amusement parks in the United States of America. They are very visited by those who are on vacation, especially Magic Kingdom. Because holidays are an important time, you want to make sure you have the necessary information so that you enjoy yourself as much as possible.
Busch Gardens and Magic Kingdom, while both are popular, are different in what they offer and the visitors they attract. Let’s explore these two parks and help you decide whether to visit one or the other or even both during your vacation.
Busch Gardens is a popular attraction in Tampa, Florida. It is owned by Sea World Parks and Entertainment Corporation. You may be quite familiar with Sea World Parks and Entertainment (a division of the Blackstone Group). It is best known for its Sea World Park, home of the Shamu whale, located in Orlando, Florida.
Busch Gardens has an African theme. It is a combination of a zoo and a theme park. Throughout the park you will find a large number of exotic animals. It is one of the largest zoos in the country. The park is divided into sections that mimic areas of the African continent.
The 8 sections of the park are: Congo, Stanleyville, Timbuktu, Nairobi, Myombe Reserve, Morocco, Egypt Y Serengeti Plain.
There are a variety of exciting attractions throughout the park. It is a haven for roller coaster enthusiasts that contains 6 exciting roller coasters for people to participate in. In addition to the roller coasters there are shows, animal rides, water rides and the Sesame Street Safari of Fun sections for the little ones.
This is one park in the range of four amazing Walt Disney theme parks. This park is the most visited amusement park in the world. You can get an idea of the park’s popularity from the fact that 17 million people visited it in 2010. This incredible Disney theme park is located near Orlando, Florida. The overall design of this park, as well as the attractions, is very similar to the location at Disneyland, located in Anaheim, California.
This park is all about children. Parades, seeing Disney characters throughout the park and enjoying the attractions in the park seem to have a magical effect on children leaving them in awe.
There are almost 46 attractions mapped or listed in the Magic Kingdom amusement park, and there are six themed lands. In addition to all of this, there is a Walt Disney World railroad that runs around the perimeter of the park and stops at Frontierland and Main Street USA.
Which one should you attend?
This decision is a choice that will totally depend on what you are looking for in a theme park. It would be difficult to advise someone visiting one park over another without knowing what their idea of fun really is. Each has its own factors that attract visitors.
Busch Gardens is an excellent park with many exciting attractions and an abundance of animals throughout the park. If you like roller coasters and seeing animals, Busch Gardens is definitely the right place to go.
Magic Kingdom, on the other hand, is not full of emotions and never pretends to be. The appeal of this park is its ability to surprise children with the Disney characters they see on television and all the Disney themed attractions throughout the park. The park is very clean, organized and is a model that theme parks aspire to. There is a reason why it is the most visited theme park in the world.
Therefore, we can generally label Busch Gardens as a place for “thrill seekers” and Magic Kingdom as a place for those with children seeking a “world full of fantasy.” So with this information, you can better decide where to spend your vacation. Since they are located less than 90 minutes from each other, you can actually choose to attend both. It is your choice, your fun and your vacation.