Anybody know why the monkey statue in the temple was replaced by a snake statue? Was the monkey statue deemed an offensive caricature of a real religion? Or does the snake tie into the new storyline better?
And don’t forget it’s not solely Entertainment for the 150th. Cedar Point also brought back a defunct attraction with Snake River Expedition. Their Celebration is very focused on capitalizing on the park itself as the brand.
And wait until you see that parade at night.
The show that they do afterwards is the best show I have ever seen at an amusement park. Cedar Point knocked their 150th Anniversary out of the park. Too bad WDW couldn't do the same.
Not at Disneyland, however, the moment that Disney announced they were closing the Great Movie Ride and putting Guardians of the Galaxy into EPCOT was when I realized that these parks just aren’t for me anymore.
What buildings are gone? The hills, City Hall, and Gag Factory? I’m not familiar at all with this section of the park and haven’t been following this project too closely, so sorry if this was already answered!
I would recommend checking out the new book Kings Island: A Ride Through Time. It’s the first-ever Kings Island history book, and it really tells the inside story of how that park has evolved, especially its design philosophy.
It’s great seeing love for Cedar Point on these boards! Cedar Fair as a company has really been on a roll recently with new attraction installs. Orion at Kings Island, Snake River Expedition at Cedar Point, South Bay Shores at Great America—all thoughtful, well-themed additions to each of their...
I’m very curious, I had always heard the water table story. If the water table wasn’t a problem, why isn’t the WDW Stretching Room an elevator?
By the way, I don’t understand the anti-Sinister 11 sentiment. I guess people on this board must not like April-December and Medusa, since both of...