Busch Gardens

There are two Busch Gardens theme parks in the United States, which are both owned and operated by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.

One of the theme parks is in Williamsburg, Virginia, and the other is in Tampa, Florida.

Busch Gardens parks combine theme park rides, up-close encounters with exotic animals, incredible thrill rides and live entertainment.

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Opened on March 31, 1959, and has an African theme. The park was originally tagged "The Dark Continent" and later "Busch Gardens Africa".

Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Opened on May 5, 1975, and has a European theme. The park was originally tagged "The Old Country" and later "Busch Gardens Europe".

Busch Gardens News

busch-gardens-shut-down-the-curse-of-darkastleBusch Gardens Williamsburg has decided to shut down the Curse of DarKastle attraction. Curse of DarKastle was a hybrid 3D dark ride like The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man at Universal's Islands of Adventure, and Transformers: The Ride at Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood,...
virtual-reality-attraction-at-busch-gardens-williamsburg-in-2018A new virtual reality attraction is coming to Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Spring 2018 replacing the former Europe in the Air experience in the Ireland area of the theme park. Utilizing virtual reality (VR) headsets and the state-of-the-art motion simulator located in the former Europe in the Air...
new-wooden-coaster-at-busch-gardens-williamsburgBusch Gardens Williamsburg has announced the addition of an all new wooden coaster in 2017, featuring a top speed of 48 mph, a 74 foot drop, 9 airtime hills and 2,118 feet of track.The story goes that a great battle will ensue in the trappers' village of New France, as a band of invading Vikings and...

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