Disneyland Shuts Cooling Towers After Legionnaires' CasesDisneyland has shut down two cooling towers after people who visited the Southern California theme park came down with Legionnaires' disease.
Familiar Face Returns To Lead Six FlagsJim Reid-Anderson says he is looking to expand the theme park company globally
1st SeaWorld Park Without Orcas Opening In Abu Dhabi In 2022Months after SeaWorld ended its orca-breeding program amid pressure from animal rights activists, company officials announced Tuesday that they will help develop in Abu Dhabi the first new SeaWorld park without orcas.
SeaWorld Cutting 320 Jobs In RestructuringSeaWorld Entertainment Inc. is eliminating 320 jobs across its 12-park company.
E-Cigarette Explosion Injures Girl At Orlando Theme ParkPolice say a teenage girl riding a Universal Orlando amusement park ride suffered burns when an electronic cigarette belonging to another rider exploded and shot a fireball at her.
SeaWorld Announces New Features For ParksSeaWorld on Tuesday unveiled a virtual reality experience for one of its roller coasters, a new presentation on orcas and a shareable entrance pass among the changes coming to the company's parks.
Orlando Theme Parks Give Free Bug Spray To Ease Zika WorriesOrlando's major theme parks are now offering free bug repellant to visitors as concerns about mosquito-transmitted Zika virus mount in Florida.
SeaWorld Profits Up As Revenue & Attendance DropsSeaWorld's revenue fell as the theme park and entertainment company's attendance declined, sending the company's shares lower in premarket trading.
Welcome To Texas: The Six Flags RailroadSix Flags Over Texas will celebrate its 55th year in operation this summer. And after all these years and all the changes the park has seen, there's only one thing that's remained constant: The Six Flags Railroad.
Six Flags Announces Expansion For 2016 With 3 New RidesOne of the more popular attractions at Six Flags in Arlington is due for a big expansion - timed to be ready for next year.
Theme Parks Turning Aging Coasters Into New Thrill RidesBigger, faster and more extreme are what count when it comes to roller coasters. So what's an amusement park to do with aging coasters when those record-breaking crowd-pleasers from years ago are being overshadowed by today's scream machines?
Company Wants To Bring Disney 'Dream' Park To Life In Fort WorthTry to imagine a 5,000 acre development about the size of Texas A&M University somewhere in Fort Worth or Tarrant County; and its centerpiece is a big, man-made mountain with a snow ski run inside.