Fun Spot America Orlando to Add All-New Ferris Wheel

Earlier this month, Fun Spot America Orlando announced that the park's iconic ferris wheel (which was the first ride Fun Spot bought back in 1997) will soon be replaced by a brand-new Technical Park wheel that features the newest LED light package with various light sequences, better depth of colors, and a series of different light speeds to enhance its visual impact.



The Technical Park Wheel is 98 feet tall and will have twenty ride gondolas that can accommodate six riders per gondola.


John Arie Jr, CEO of Fun Spot America Theme Parks says, “I am sad to see the first ride that Fun Spot America bought in 1997 leave our park, but at the same time we are replacing it with a brand new spectacular wheel. This wheel reminds me of a fireworks show where it catches your eye and you can’t stop looking at it, waiting on the next big bang! This will definitely help light up north International Drive and attract more guests to this side of Kirkman road in the International Drive district..."

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Fun Spot America opened on December 24, 1997 as a small five-acre park with go-karts, rides and an arcade. Twenty years later, Fun Spot America has grown to include three different locations and over 100 total acres of family fun.


The flagship Orlando location includes the city’s first wooden roller coaster ("White Lightning"), over twenty different rides, and the largest Skycoaster in the world. The Kissimmee park has more than twenty rides including the world’s tallest Skycoaster at 300 feet and the only wooden roller coaster ("Mine Blower") that goes upside down in the southeast United States.

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