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THEME PARKS & ATTRACTIONS CARTOONS DESTINATIONS characterQuite the


Laura French rounds up the best cartoon-inspired attractions across the globe


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nybody who says they don’t love a cartoon is probably


lying; ditto a theme park. Combine the two and you have escapism at its best – which is probably why there are so many cartoon character-inspired attractions popping up all over the world. With new additions such as


Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi and, prior to that, Motiongate Dubai and IMG Worlds of Adventure, alongside old


favourites, there has never been a better time to sell a commissionable theme park break, and give your clients another excuse to embrace all things fantasy for a few days. We’ve rounded up some of the best to get you started.


w THE SIMPSONS RIDE, UNIVERSAL ORLANDO Universal Orlando excels in its cutting-edge simulators, and among the standouts is the


indoor coaster themed around The Simpsons, which combines a 24-metre-high virtual reality screen with an immersive queue and plenty of comic quotes. Guests soar through Krustyland – Krusty the Clown’s low-budget theme park – encountering everyone’s favourite jaundiced characters along the way, with cameo appearances from all of Springfield’s finest. Expect plenty of laughs – from the adults as much as the kids.


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