A Theme Park environments need rich and complex layout design. It needs a series of scenes to tell a story. These story vignettes can be linked together to create a unique experience. The designers have to think like film camera operators, guiding the guest’s eye from one set piece to the next. The layout of ride system is first and foremost dictated by how it is used. Lining up to get on a fast-moving roller coaster is different from preparing to ride a slow-moving boat. Remember spacing the buildings planning required enough room for equipment. A larger building will have more impact on budget but the additional square footage may be useful in less trafficked areas of the park. The buildings, preshow area , main show area ,walkways, and rides. For example, due to the distance between the objects, water rides are more challenging to fit into a box and limit the number of turns.

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