2011 TEA Worldwide Theme Park Attendance Report


The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) just released the 2011 attendance figures of the most visited theme parks in the world and in the United States. Take a look at some of these figures, taken from the official Global Attraction Attendance Report (CLICK HERE to view the complete PDF document)








As you can see from this figures, the Magic Kingdom is still the most visited theme park on the planet. One discouraging thought is that Epcot has seemingly seen no growth at all, and even though these figures are approximations (they are NOT official figures released by Disney or any other theme park), we can see the reason why... The park has seen no new major attraction since 2007 (if The Seas with Nemo and Friends can be considered major), therefore guests are not really looking forward to see anything new. The same can be said for Disney'a Animal Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios (even though Hollywood Studios just received a refurbished Star Tours attraction).

But what about you? Do you find these figures surprising? Share your thoughts with us!

Copyright: © 2012 TEA/AECOM. All Rights Reserved.

Comments

  1. A "critical up-date," unveiled later with Office 2010 Download Tuesday, is applicable to some in the several key software inside Office 2007--the Concept word-processing software, the actual PowerPoint business presentation app and also the Excel spreadsheet program, in line with any 'microsoft' bulletin.An attempt to be able to re-open your file together with the Office environment 2003 app Download Office 2010 in which designed it may result in a damaged document, losing subject material or other glitches. Microsoft Office 2010

    ReplyDelete
  2. I say Disney California Adventure will grow past Islands of Adventure because of the grand re-opening...AKA Carsland and Buena Vista Street. Disney needs to get smart...the Fantasyland Expansion will help, but the other parks (especially DHS and EPCOT) need some TLC.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I LOVE how at the end, you describe where the top 20 parks in North America are, and you end it with, "1 in Canada" I'm from Toronto, and I am shocked every year by Wonderland's attendance figures.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment