Quiz on the World’s Most Popular Theme Parks
Posted on: March 28, 2015.

Planning a holiday for a much-needed stress relief after exams?
Set your mood with our Theme Parks quiz.

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment—world's eighth most popular theme park group with 23.4 million collective visitors in 11 parks across the U.S—owns which of the following parks besides its licensed Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay, Florida and Williamsburg, Virginia?





Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio—America's second-oldest operating amusement park since 1870 and world's best park for 16 continuous years (1997-2013)—and its 16 roller coasters—Millennium Force named "Best Steel Roller Coaster in the World"—is popularly called what?





Which third overseas Disneyland theme park in Lantau Island—Asia's fifth most-visited at 7.4 million in 2013, operated by Hong Kong International Theme Parks—features Disney's biggest Adventureland in a large island area and its only Toy Story Land outside Europe?





Which Universal Studios theme park at Osaka—Asia's third most-visited at 10.1 million in 2013—recently opened its second "Wizarding World of Harry Potter" at an ROI of 5.6 trillion yen by 2024 on 45 billion yen, that features simulated flight tours filled with special effects?





Where is Disneyland Park—the most-visited theme park in France and entire Europe, 10.4 million in 2013—whose features include Sleeping Beauty Castle, Aladdin, Adventure Isle, Big Thunder Mountain, Space Mountain: Mission 2 and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril?





Which Asia's second most- and world's fourth most-visited theme park at 14 million in 2013—with "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" and "20,000 Leagues under the Sea" rides, a 1001 Arabian Nights-cum-Aladdin-style harbour and a Magic Lamp Theatre—is in Japan?





Where in America is Disneyland Park—the original Disney theme park in 1955, completed under the direct supervision of Walt Disney—and Disney California Adventure Park—second and latest, opened in 2001, celebrating the history and culture of the "Golden State"?





Where is Tokyo Disneyland—world's second most popular theme park visited by 17.2 million in 2o13—whose features include Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters Inc., Mickey, Snow White, Cinderella, Dumbo The Flying Elephant, Pooh, Alice, Peter Pan and Pinocchio?





In which country is Magic Kingdom—the first of four theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake near Orlando in Florida, followed by EPCOT Center, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom—visited by 18.5 million in 2013, the world's most popular theme park?





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