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Amusement parks: comments on visitor evaluation and tourism impact



Amusement parks: comments on visitor evaluation and tourism impact



Revue de Tourisme 43(4): 30-33



Amusement parks are an important destination for day trippers, with visitors generally spending between 5 and 7 hours at a particular centre. Despite the existence of a wide variety of amusement parks, from fairgrounds to zoos, theme parks, museums and technology parks, a number of characteristics are common to all, for example, a limited visitor capacity and a professional system of management.

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