Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is an orient park that takes nap and breathes in Tampa, Florida. It’s a 19th century African park that has been inspired by the animal themes. The entry to the park started in 1959. The park had a bird garden and there was also Stairway to the Stars, an escalator that lead the visitors to the brewery.
Busch Gardens continued its expansion till 1965 and soon the African wild life was let loose to take wild errands. The park augmented its landscape, more animals were brought and many amusement rides were incorporated in the park. As the park developed, it also started charging fee to the visitors. Today the park gives tough competition to many other similar parks in Florida. The park is managed by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.
There is a steam train named the Serengeti Express that advances at the back of the park stopping at areas that have been themed around the locations Stanleyville, Nairobi and Congo. The Skyride is used to transport guests. At the entry of the park, one can find Mystic Sheiks of Morocco representations and a group of people playing musical instruments. One can also buy delicacies from the Sultan's Sweets and Zagora Cafe. There is also an indoor theatre in the park called the Moroccan Palace and an open air theatre called Marrakesh Theater. The Gwazi is the most thrilling ride of the park.
The park still retains the look it had way back in 1959. There are gardens, animal exhibits. But now the brewery has been closed and instead Gwazi has been introduced in the same area. The old bird show is now superseded with a fresh show that also includes the manoeuvrings of various mammals. The visitors can also see animals like wallabies and kangaroos in the park.
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