Oh sure I love to ride Falcon’s Fury in the dark at Busch Gardens. I love that Aerosmith’s Rockin’ Rollercoaster is right next to another one of my favorite rides Tower Of Terror at Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World. And nothing got me more excited to ride Rip Ride Rockit at Universal Orlando than when I found a website that had the hacks so you can program your own song during the ride. But none of these give me as much pleasure on a daily basis than Fake Theme Park.
The admission cost of free fits my budget. Parking is a breeze. Google Maps may not help you find it. Former Universal Studios Tour Guide Jason Ginsburg created Fake Theme Park. It’s simply a Twitter account where announcements are made to theme park goers and employees of a theme park that doesn’t exist.
We’d like to remind guests that the park closed three hours ago.— Fake Theme Park (@FakeThemePark) November 11, 2018
Cast Members, @WQYKGeno will be in the park today, so please pretend that Tampa Bay has a rich sports history and country music is "cool."— Fake Theme Park (@FakeThemePark) August 13, 2013
We've just been informed there's some sort of Jewish holiday in December and we are definitely looking into it!!!— Fake Theme Park (@FakeThemePark) November 6, 2018
You get the idea. Scroll back up to the top of this page and listen to my talk with Jason about @FakeThemePark. Who was its first famous follower? What inspired the idea? And we talk about his new eBook “If The Princess Rolls Her Eyes, Your Wish Will Come True.”
Leaving the park? Just take the tram to the bus to the shuttle to the monorail to the ferry to the tram!— Fake Theme Park (@FakeThemePark) October 28, 2018
Cast Members, it is not an "escaped leopard." It is "an interactive leopard experience."— Fake Theme Park (@FakeThemePark) October 20, 2018
Want to make the park's famous cinnamon rolls at home? It's easy!— Fake Theme Park (@FakeThemePark) October 8, 2018
1. Buy generic cinnamon rolls at the grocery store
2. Microwave for 10 seconds
3. Charge yourself $12