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No Disney Neighbor Needed — Legoland Considering Small-Town Strategy for U.S. Expansion

Legoland, which includes parks in California and Florida, has established itself as a popular option for the families-with-small-kids set. Will parent company Merlin Entertainments be successful as it tries to expand the brand beyond established theme park regions in the U.S.?

The Future of Theme Park Pricing is Creative and Dynamic

Theme parks need customers to be thrilled, not just satisfied — so it's no surprise they've been careful about changing a pricing system that has been in place for ages.

Disney’s Domestic Parks Had Lower Attendance, But They Still Made a Ton of Money

Disney is not immune to the worries of the world — its Paris theme park is struggling and the strong dollar is keeping some international visitors from coming to the U.S. properties — but the company had a robust quarter nonetheless.

What’s at Stake as Shanghai Disney Brings the Magic to Mainland China

All eyes will stay on the new resort to see how Disney pulls off its entrance into a highly desirable market.

As Top U.S. Destination, Orlando Reflects on its Week of Tragedy

Orlando's violent string of tragedies this week has the entire world mourning for victims and calling for change, but tourism in the city and its theme parks carry on in the mean time.

Disney’s Brand New Shanghai Park Is Already Expanding

Disney made sure that there was enough room around the Shanghai resort to grow and grow some more; we expect the company to take full advantage of that space over time.

Orlando Massacre Brings Tragedy to a Destination Famous for Its Happy Places

Tourists will still flock to Orlando, even if their excitement is tempered by brutal reality. But they may need reassurance from authorities and attractions that appropriate security measures are being taken.

Disney’s Already Tight Security Gets a Boost After Orlando Shooting

As with any other horrific terrorist attack, any impact to tourism is always short-term. Especially in destinations like Orlando that already top travelers' wish lists.

Disney’s Foreign Curse Could End With $5.5 Billion China Resort

Disney is saying its new Shanghai theme park opening this month won't have the same cultural insensitivity missteps and technical issues as its previous international theme parks.

Disney’s Top Rival in China Opens the First of Many Planned Theme Parks

You can bet that Disney and Universal will quickly move to stamp out those performers dressed like Snow White, Captain America, and Kung Fu Panda.