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BGW Wins "World’s Most Beautiful Amusement Park" Again

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Ehh I've gone to quite a few theme parks the past few years and the only parks I can think of that are as pretty as BGW are Legoland FL (which is attached to a historic garden from the start) and Epcot (probably the closest park to BGW in terms of landscaping and theming in Orlando).

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(08/10/17 11:32am)netdvn Wrote:  Ehh I've gone to quite a few theme parks the past few years and the only parks I can think of that are as pretty as BGW are Legoland FL (which is attached to a historic garden from the start) and Epcot (probably the closest park to BGW in terms of landscaping and theming in Orlando).

I have to agree that Epcot is similar to BGW (obviously) but my god. The theming! It's so beautiful! If Busch had Disney money I can't even imagine what BGW park would look like. If only...

Srsly Epcot is gorgeous.

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According to the announcer on the train, it was declared most beautiful park by the National Park Service.
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(08/10/17 11:32am)netdvn Wrote:  Ehh I've gone to quite a few theme parks the past few years and the only parks I can think of that are as pretty as BGW are Legoland FL (which is attached to a historic garden from the start) and Epcot (probably the closest park to BGW in terms of landscaping and theming in Orlando).

Funny, when I think of Epcot I think of lots and lots concrete...

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(08/17/17 04:02pm)Haberdasher1973 Wrote:  
(08/10/17 11:32am)netdvn Wrote:  Ehh I've gone to quite a few theme parks the past few years and the only parks I can think of that are as pretty as BGW are Legoland FL (which is attached to a historic garden from the start) and Epcot (probably the closest park to BGW in terms of landscaping and theming in Orlando).

Funny, when I think of Epcot I think of lots and lots concrete...

I agree. We just got back from Disney, and Animal Kingdom is by FAR the most beautiful Disney park. Especially with Pandora lit up at night.

Though I still give the nod to BGW over Animal Kingdom, and not just because of the eye sore known as Dinoland.
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Gilroy Gardens is significantly prettier than any of them.

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