When Universal Studios Florida opened 30 years ago, roughly 1,000 guests demanded refunds due to rides going down.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios has arguably been as much of a construction site as a working theme park over the past several years.
Cabins that resided at Disney's Fort Wilderness from 1998 to 2016 have been sold for $30,000 a piece by Pete Kucinski -- though he kept one for himself.
For only $75, a Universal fan walked home with a banner that proclaimed Mythos as "#1 Best Theme Park Restaurant in the World" for six years in a row.
If a few discussions had gone differently, we may have been marking the 20th anniversary of a park called Cartoon World, filled with Looney Tunes and DC Comics characters.
This couch once served as Simpsons-themed photo op before being removed late in 2015. It found its way to Universal's Williams of Hollywood prop shop and was put on sale for $1,500.
This unicorn statue is a unique piece meant to promote a land that Disney World never built: Beastly Kingdom.