Post by Supersaurus on Oct 27, 2010 8:25:55 GMT -5
Well here in the UK, it gets very cold during the winters so I'm concerned with leaving expensive animatronics out in that and the snow. Maybe if the animatronics couldn't be moved or protected from the elements easily, the park could be built elsewhere nearer to the equator. It would be great to have a location allowing the park to run all year round. ;D
theres a reason harry potter but built in florida and not in the uk. 1.) florida is a right to work state aka no unions 2.) u dont have to close down due to cold or close for the season (maybe for hurricanes) 3.) Its florida dont make people go to the park bring it to them. People already come from all over the world just for the parks. no other area could say that in the world. 4.) land is alot more open and unused land here then on a island and its alot cheaper
Post by Supersaurus on Oct 27, 2010 17:26:45 GMT -5
I like the idea that land is a lot cheaper in the States (very expensive here in the UK), but being in Florida...wouldn't that make it very expensive compared with much of the states?
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Post by Supersaurus on Apr 20, 2014 16:19:07 GMT -5
I see that the Dinosauradventure.co.uk park here in the UK is open all year round (except Christmas & Boxing day). I'm actually wondering how they can afford to pay staff to work over the cold months when surely visitor count will be very low.