Theme parks have always been an attractive get-away for tourists. They help in boosting the tourism of a country or a region by attracting travelers. Every theme park has a unique theme and architects build the park according to the chosen theme. Around the world, there are many outstanding theme parks that you may visit and have a quality time with your family or friends. You can spend a good time bonding with your family members and take part in the different activities available for amusement. Some of these theme parks are not just entertaining but also bizarre. In this article, you will find out about the five weirdest theme parks around the world.
Dracula’s Land, Transylvania:
Transylvania is the land of the Dracula and the locals have utilized this fact in their favor. They have turned this region into a huge theme park with the name “Dracula’s Land”. Traveling through this land can be an exotic and adventurous experience. The special attractions are definitely the giant castles and the creepy prisons. One visit will surely tell you how Bram Stoker was inspired by this particular region. The fictional character of Count Dracula is based on the real legend Vlad the Impaler. The legends and myths will keep you busy and frightened. Snowboarding provides a nice distraction to the travelers.
Dwarf Empire, China:
People have to do a variety of strange things to earn their livelihood in this world. In the Dwarf Empire theme park, which is located in Kunming, China, the dwarfs have to play and impress the visitors. It is a theme park where around a hundred dwarves live inside odd shaped giant mushrooms and show their skills to the visitors twice every day. The visitors come inside the theme park and visit the peculiar dwarf homes. This theme park has been in the eye of the controversy because many think that putting the dwarves for show like this is against their humanitarian rights. The owners are smug and they think that the dwarves are doing really well for themselves, as they earn more than the average people of Kunming earn and have houses to live in.
Republic of Children, Argentina:
The Eva Peron Foundation built the Republic of Children on the sprawling 2 hectares ground in Manuel B. Gonnet, Argentina. This may sound like a fun theme park full of attractive things for the kiddies but in reality, it is just a huge replica of a student’s council. The local students get the opportunity to select the officials. The kids are taught about principles of a republic. The owners claim that they inspired the Disneyland but you may have to raise a brow to answer this one.
Mukluk Land, Alaska:
Tourism is a great industry but attracting tourists to remote places can be difficult without the help of theme parks. Mukluk Land is the best Alaskan theme park or it proclaims to be so and does its bit in attracting tourists. The collection of bizarre and hopefully authentic Alaskan artifacts will leave you speechless. The special attraction of this theme park is the giant cabbage.
Amora is a sex based theme park that trains the visitors on finding the prostrate and teaches the art of spanking. Though it may sound interesting, the theme park will disappoint you. There are statues and interactive exhibitions for elevating your sexual knowledge. It was built in 2007 and is a good one for the novice.
Theme parks are crowd pullers and they entertain travelers with bizarre rides and amusements. Some of these theme parks have very weird themes and has something to offer to every traveler.