Statistics Saturday: Amusement Park Content, In Three Charts


1/2 of the chart is 'amusement'. 1/2 is 'park'.
This isn’t really an angle that shows off the wedges to best effect.
3/4th of the chart is 'amusement'. 1/4th is 'park'.
Now, this. This is a more exciting chart, by far.
9/13ths of the chart is 'amusement'. 4/13ths is 'park'.
I’m pretty sure I counted right.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

6 thoughts on “Statistics Saturday: Amusement Park Content, In Three Charts”

    1. Oh, I’ve been there, with my love, two days. It wasn’t nearly enough. The whole park just kept getting all the more charming and delightful and lovable the longer we were there. It’s a magnificent place.

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        1. I don’t have the experience with Disney parks for comparison. But oh, did we ever love all the spectacle at Efteling. Our second day there we even discovered an indoor roller coaster we didn’t realize existed, which was a great stroke of luck. We’d have felt awful to find out we’d missed one, especially since it was a really good roller coaster (themed to the flight of the Roc).

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        2. On another trip we were able to get to Chessington’s World of Adventure, just outside London. That’s less spectacular than Efteling — granting, what isn’t? — but it’s another gorgeous and fascinating park.

          And then we discovered Canobie Lake Park, in New Hampshire, which is just this beautiful little gem with gorgeous buildings. Look for images of the popcorn-box-shaped popcorn stand.

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