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Part Two: How Tourism Is Organized. Learning Objectives. Examine the attractions industry. Look at the role of theme parks. Understand the gaming industry. Describe public and commercial recreation facilities. Recognize shopping as a travel attraction .

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Part Two: How Tourism Is Organized

Learning Objectives

  • Examine the attractions industry.

  • Look at the role of theme parks.

  • Understand the gaming industry.

  • Describe public and commercial recreation facilities.

  • Recognize shopping as a travel attraction.

Chapter 8: Attractions, Recreation, Entertainment and Other


Overview of attractions

Part Two: How Tourism Is Organized

Overview of Attractions

Attractions

Cultural

Attractions

Natural

Attractions

Events

Recreation

Entertainment

Attractions

Historical

Sites

Sightseeing

Mega-Events

Landscape

Theme Parks

Community

Events

Golf

Archeological

Sites

Seascape

Amusement

Parks

Architecture

Swimming

Festivals

Parks

Casinos

Cuisine

Religious

Events

Tennis

Mountains

Monuments

Cinemas

Sports

Events

Hiking

Flora

Industrial

Sites

Shopping

Facilities

Biking

Fauna

Trade

Shows

Museums

Snow Sports

Performing

Arts Centers

Coasts

Corporate

Ethnic

Islands

Concerts

Sports

Complexes

Theatre

Chapter 8: Attractions, Recreation, Entertainment and Other


Part Two: How Tourism Is Organized

Top U.S. Theme Park Admissions (2000)

  • Theme ParkAttendance

  • (millions)

  • The Magic Kingdom, Orlando 15.4

  • Disneyland, Anaheim, California 13.9

  • Epcot, Orlando 10.6

  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Orlando 8.3

  • Disney-MGM Studios, Orlando 8.9

  • Universal Studios, Orlando 8.1

  • Islands of Adventure at Universal, Orlando 6.0

  • 8.a Universal Studios, Los Angeles 5.4

  • 8.a Sea World, Orlando, Florida 5.2

  • 9. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay 5.0

  • 10. Sea World San Diego, California 3.6

a: Ties

Source: Amusement Business magazine, based in Nashville, Tenn.

Chapter 8: Attractions, Recreation, Entertainment and Other


Top european theme park admissions

Part Two: How Tourism Is Organized

Top European Theme Park Admissions

Chapter 8: Attractions, Recreation, Entertainment and Other


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