13 June, 2018
There are many reasons why you should visit a theme park. It’s a destination that will transport you to an entirely different place with plenty of opportunities for a good time.
Whether you’re going during the week when it’s quieter or at high season in the summer, theme parks provide adventure, enjoyment, and memories that will last for a lifetime, so while it’s no surprise that people love theme parks – there are more benefits than you might expect. Read on and you’ll find five reasons why this form of entertainment is actually good for the body and the soul.
Have you ever dreamed of travelling to another world? Well, at a theme park, you can leave your daily life behind and be whisked away to a place of imagination and fun!
A theme park can transport you to the world of fairies, pirates, clowns, astronauts, and many more! You could even be an explorer in a world of wonders or a familiar fairy-tale. Surrounded by joy and happiness, you can immerse yourself in the fantasy for as long as you’re there.
Real life can be hectic and stressful at times. When you go to a theme park, you simply forget about your assignment deadline or the project you have to deal with at work the next day. When you go to a theme park, you simply enjoy and live in the moment.
According to clinical psychologist Judy Kurianski, fast-paced rides can be helpful outlets when you’re feeling stressed out because they expose us to ‘good fear’. So while you may get a bit nervous beforehand, riding a rollercoaster like the Megafobia can actually be therapeutic, especially if you truly let go of all your worries and scream away your anxiety!
… in more ways than one! While they may be known as a ‘parks’ – which sometimes evokes images of soft grass and park benches – theme parks can often cover areas as vast as 100 square miles! Because they’re so big, a lot of walking is needed to explore the entirety of these attractions. That’s not all: according to a study conducted by the Thrill Laboratory shows that UK theme parks helped their rollercoaster-riders burn around something around 40 and 70 calories per ride!
Can you think of a more enjoyable way to shed weight? Didn’t think so!
Theme-park rides are often meant to thrill and excite riders, but understandably, this thrill isn’t everyone’s cuppa tea… at least at first!
Whether it’s the height or the speed that’s haunting you, you can learn to control it and start enjoying the thrill our rides offer. Overcoming your fears is a tremendous benefit of going to a theme park. While you may not feel it amidst the plummeting drops and nauseating twists and turns, plunging into a crowd head-first can actually foster your confidence and improve your self-esteem, allow you to live life unhindered.
Spending time with your friends and family is a brilliant way to strengthen the bond between you, and where better to do so than a theme park? Think about it: you can share the adventure with your loved ones and create lasting memories with the people you love.
Next time you’re planning a weekend trip away, consider the nearest theme park and don’t forget to invite everyone along!