Old Town Construction Update: Improvements Around Every Corner

Over the past few years, a number of owners tried to bring back to life Old Town, an entertainment, shopping, and dining district that has been struggling to attract costumers for almost a decade. While the former owners focused on adding carnival rides to Old Town, the current management team seems to be interested in updating its look by adding more plants, benches, refurbishing the facades, introducing new offering, and much more. Let's see what has changed so far...


Welcome to Old Town:

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A new fountain now surrounds the iconic Old Town clock:

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In addition to that, new pavers are being installed in some areas:

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The new trees, benches, kiosks, and flooring really make a big difference:

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Multiple fountains were also recently installed around Old Town:

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We had a hard time recognizing the place during our last visit:

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We really like the new look!:

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Of course, this is still an ongoing project. In fact, a few buildings are currently vacant:

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The back section of Old Town also needs some help:

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The rides are operated by the neighboring Fun Spot:

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Some of the rides were recently refurbished:

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Notice the new paint job of Tilt-A-Whirl:

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Back to the heart of Old Town:

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It's really pleasant to walk around Old Town now:

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The Auntie Anne's kiosk is one of Old Town's newest additions:

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The design of the building shows how much Old Town's current owners care about details:

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We are very glad to see these changes:

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Work continues to take place around the entrance of Old Town:

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A new store will replace the former laser tag attraction:

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The future of Old Town is starting to look very bright...

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And that is all for now. Before concluding, remember to like us on our official Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for live updates from the parks. If you'd like to make a donation to OTPN, feel free to use the "donate" button on the sidebar. Thanks for your support.

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