- Tampa Bay ( Florida)
- Williamsburg ( Virginia)
- Tampa Bay: March 31, 1959
- Williamsburg: May 16, 1975
Busch Gardens is the name of two amusement parks, which were founded by the Anheuser- Busch Brewery and now SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, a subsidiary of the Blackstone Group belong. The one park is located in Tampa (Florida ), the other in Williamsburg ( Virginia).
- 2.1 parking spaces
- 2.2 animal areas
Busch Gardens Tampa
Busch Gardens Tampa opened in March 1959, and has Africa as a theme. The theme park is one of the major zoological institutions in the United States. He has more than 2,700 animals and numerous attractions and roller coasters, such as Rhino Rally, Montu, Kumba, Scorpion, Gwazi, Edge of Africa, Cheetah Hunt and SheiKra.
- Busch Gardens: The Dark Continent (1976-1990)
- Busch Gardens Tampa Bay (1990-2006)
- Busch Gardens Africa (2006-2008)
- The Serengeti Plain
- Myombe reserve
- Edge of Africa
- Curiosity Caverns
Busch Gardens Europe
Busch Gardens Europe was opened in May 1975 and Europe on the subject. The main attractions of the park are Curse of DarKastle, Alpine spirit, Escape from Pompeii, Apollo 's Chariot, Loch Ness Monster, Griffon and Verbolten. The park is divided into nine parts, each representing a European landscape.
- Busch Gardens: The Old Country (1974-1992)
- Busch Gardens Williamsburg (1993-2005)
- Busch Gardens Europe (since 2005)
- Bambury Cross ( England)
- Heatherdowns (Scotland )
- Killarney (Ireland )
- San Marco ( Italy)
- Festa Italia (Italy )
- Rhine (Rheinland - Germany )
- Oktoberfest (Bavaria - Germany )
- Aquitaine ( France)
- New France (Canada)
- Jack Hanna's Wild Reserve
Busch Gardens Dubai
On February 28, 2008, Busch Entertainment Corp. announced. known at SeaWorld of Florida, that in 2012 another park in Dubai ( UAE) to be opened. The plans, however, were adjusted due to the financial crisis until further notice.
There were three other locations of Busch Gardens, but they were now closed.