Busch Gardens Williamsburg (formerly known as
Busch Gardens: The Old Country) is a 383-acre (155 ha) theme park
located in James City County, Virginia, United States. Located about
60.40 miles (97.20 km) northwest of
Virginia Beach, the park was
Anheuser-Busch (A-B) and is owned by SeaWorld
Entertainment. It opened on May 16, 1975, adjacent to Anheuser-Busch's
brewery and near its other developments including the
The park is themed around various European countries, and as such was
originally called Busch Gardens: The Old Country. In 1993, the park
Busch Gardens Williamsburg before briefly being named
Europe in 2006 until it returned to the Williamsburg
name in 2008. Similarly, its sister park in Florida was originally
called Busch Gardens: The Dark Continent until it was officially
Tampa Bay until a brief switch to Busch Gardens
Africa from 2006 to 2008. In 2015, the estimated attendance of 2.78
million makes it the twentieth most-visited park in the US.
In addition to its landscaping and European theme,
Busch Gardens is
widely known for its roller coasters, including Griffon, Alpengeist,
and Apollo's Chariot, which won No. 4 best steel coaster in 2012 from
the Golden Ticket Awards.
2 Overview of features
2.3 Christmas Town
3.1 Banbury Cross (England)
3.2 Heatherdowns (Scotland)
3.3 Sesame Street Forest of Fun
3.4 Killarney (Ireland)
3.5 San Marco (Italy)
3.6 Festa Italia (Italy)
3.7 Rhinefeld (Rhineland Germany)
3.8 Land of the Dragons
Oktoberfest (Bavarian Germany)
3.10 Aquitaine (France)
3.11 New France (French Canada)
4 Roller coasters
4.1 Existing (listed by first year)
4.2 Defunct (listed by closing year)
5 Animal attractions
5.1 Jack Hanna's Wild Reserve
5.2 Highland Stables
6 Parking and transportation
7 Awards and recognition
12 External links
Beginning in the early 1970s, the
Busch Gardens theme park was
Anheuser-Busch (A-B) as a portion of the company's
development investment in the Williamsburg area, which grew to include
a brewery, the
Kingsmill Resort, as well as residential and office
The St. Louis-based brewer invested in the area following negotiations
held between August Busch, II and Winthrop Rockefeller, who was both
governor of Arkansas and chairman of
Colonial Williamsburg in the
1960s and 1970s. (Water Country USA, a local water park, was
acquired by A-B in the 1990s, and added to the company's theme park
activities, which include a number of
SeaWorld properties in other
states as well).
In the last part of the 20th and early into the 21st century, as a
brewer, A-B found itself competing in an increasingly global market.
In 2008, after initially resisting an unsolicited stock bid, A-B
announced it had reached an agreement to be acquired by the even
larger Belgium-based InBev. The newer owners announced plans to
sell-off the portions of A-B activities which were not part of the
core beverage business as it worked to reduce debt incurred to fund
Blackstone Group was selected in late 2009 to acquire and operate
the 10 former A-B theme parks, including two in the Williamsburg area.
In July 2010, the adjacent
Kingsmill Resort was scheduled to be
acquired by Xanterra Parks and Resorts, a company owned by
Denver-based Phillip Anschutz.
Overview of features
The park features a combination of roller coasters and Broadway-style
shows. The park is broken into "countries", each having its unique
style of food and music. The rides in the sections of the park are
also themed to the country that they are located in.
Jack Hanna's Wild Reserve houses a variety of wild species including
gray wolves and bald eagles.
Busch Gardens is partnered with SeaWorld
(also owned by
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment) in the SeaWorld
Busch Gardens Conservation Fund, which offers guests the
opportunity to contribute to wildlife conservation. The Rhine River
Cruise's boats are battery powered to cut back on power generation and
prevent water pollution. In addition,
Busch Gardens and Water Country
USA both use insects rather than pesticides in the parks' commitment
to organic gardening. All brochures, maps, show guides, and all paper
products in the restrooms are made from recycled material.
Gray Wolf Interacting with Trainer
Barn Owl at Busch Gardens
Eclectus Parrot at midday.
One of three bald eagles on display at Eagle Ridge.
Howl-O-Scream, the park's signature Halloween event, offers more than
a dozen attractions featuring vampires, werewolves, witches and
Christmas Town is the park's Christmas event that began during the
2009 season. Several Christmas and holiday themed attractions and
shows are showcased, including a 50-foot (15 m) animated
Christmas tree called "O Tannenbaum" that lights up in sync to
Christmas music in the
Oktoberfest portion of the park. Each of the
show venues from the summer season have a holiday themed show during
Christmas Town, ranging from reinterpretations of classic Christmas
stories, to ice skating, to acapella performances. Many of the flat
rides are in operation as well as the park's train, skyride, Mach
Tower (reimagined without the free fall drop as Nacht Tower), and
(weather permitting) one or two roller coasters, which have
InvadR since their 2012 and 2017
opening seasons, respectively, though previous Christmas town seasons
saw Griffon and
Alpengeist as the operating roller coaster. During the
celebration, the park is decorated with millions of lights and dozens
of real Christmas trees across the entire park. Shopping and dining
are also an important part of Christmas Town, with many of the park's
restaurants offering food and drinks catered to the season and colder
weather. The event starts the weekend before Thanksgiving and
continues every weekend until the week before Christmas, where it
stays open for the rest of December, excluding Christmas Day, until
New Year's Day.
Banbury Cross, England in Christmas Livery.
Aquitaine, France at Dusk.
Nighttime View of New France.
The Streets of the North Pole (formerly Rhinefeld, Germany) Adorned
Town Center of the North Pole
50-Foot Tall Christmas Tree with Das Festhaus in the Background.
Italy's "Escape From Pompeii" Transformed into the Polar Pathway.
A View of Santa Claus with the Polar Pathway in the Background
The park is separated into 10 different hamlets, themed to European
villages from England, France, Germany, Italy, Scotland, and Ireland.
Two attractions provide transportation around the park. The Aeronaut
Skyride gondola lift transports guests between the Sesame Street
Forest of Fun, Aquitaine, and Rhinefeld hamlets; while replica steam
trains transport guests between the Heatherdowns, Festa Italia, and
New France hamlets. The train serves as a convenient way for families
with small children to travel around the park together as well as
providing an "Old Country" themed method of transportation fitting the
park's overall theme.
Banbury Cross (England)
2014 Street View of Banbury Cross, England
Banbury Cross is fashioned after England, with stereotypical red
telephone booths and common English architecture. Guest Services
windows are located next to the turnstiles of the Main gate. A
simulacrum of the famous St. Stephen's Clock Tower (Big Ben) is the
central element of this area. Banbury Cross also includes The Squire's
Grill, serving breakfast and lunch, as well as a funnel cake shop, ice
cream shop, and candy store. The Globe Theatre, a double-sized replica
of William Shakespeare's performance home, is the most prominent
attraction in the area, having introduced in May 2014 the show "London
Rocks," featuring puppets, animation, and live performances of music
from classic British bands, including Eric Clapton, The Rolling
Stones, and The Beatles. The theater previously featured the films
Eric Idle and Leslie Nielsen; Sesame Street presents
Lights, Camera, Imagination!, a 4-D film; R. L. Stine's Haunted
Lighthouse; and Haunts of the Old Country. Prior to the 4-D films, the
theater hosted a variety of live shows including Mark Wilson's Worlds
Greatest Illusions, America on Ice, Hot Ice, Celebrate America and the
People's Choice. In 2017 the London Rocks show returned under the name
of Britmania, and features much of the same music.
Backfield view of Heatherdowns, Scotland
Heatherdowns mimics a Scottish hamlet situated at the top of the hill
on the path leading from Banbury Cross. Tweedside Train Station offers
a 20-minute ride through the park with additional stops in Festa
Italia and at the central train station, caribou, in New France.
Tweedside Gifts is located adjacent to the train station. Heatherdowns
is also home to the Highland Stables featuring Scottish Blackface
sheep, Border Collies, and Clydesdales. Guests can interact with the
animals and see them in action as they demonstrate their skills during
daily demonstrations. Guests can also have pictures with the
Clydesdales. Prior to 2010, the stables were home to several of the
Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales until the theme park unit of Anheuser-Busch
was sold in 2009. Other points of interest include Pigs in a Kilt, a
counter service walk-up.
Loch Ness Monster is a looping
Arrow Development roller coaster. It
was the first and is the only remaining roller coaster in the world to
feature interlocking loops.
Sesame Street Forest of Fun
Opened on April 3, 2009, Sesame Street Forest of Fun features four new
children and family rides and attractions themed to Sesame Street,
Zierer junior roller coaster named Grover's Alpine
Express, Bert and Ernie's Loch Adventure flume ride, Oscar's Whirly
Worms rock-n-tug-type ride, Prince Elmo's Spire shot-n-drop ride, and
wet and dry play areas. The area also features a stage for the main
show "Sunny Days Celebration" and a gift shop. The hamlet also
contains the skyride station nearest to the Main Gate. The Aeronaut
(first leg) of the skyride departs to Aquitaine, France, while the
Zeppelin (third leg) skyride arrives from Rhinefeld, Germany.
Bert and Ernie's Loch Adventure is a flat flume ride with water
Oscar's Whirly Worms is a rocking, spinning pirate ship-style ride
Prince Elmo's Spire is family friendly a shot-n-drop drop tower ride
Grover's Alpine Express is a
Zierer family-friendly roller coaster
standing 24 feet tall
2014 street view of Killarney, Ireland.
Formerly known as Hastings, England, this section of the park was
re-themed in 2001 as Ireland, the newest country in over 20 years.
This area features Celtic Fyre, at the Abbey Stone Theatre, a
celebration of Irish dance. Previously, the theatre housing Celtic
Fyre was named the Magic Lantern Theatre, and housed some of the best
theme park musical reviews in the United States. Shows such as
Kaleidoscope, Hats Off to Hollywood, Journey into Music, Stage Struck,
and Rockin the Boat are some of the names of these productions.
Grogan's Grill offers Irish cuisine in this area. Outside the gateway
next to Dining with Elmo, the walkway makes a sharp left turn and
begins a long, moderately steep climb toward Aquitaine, France.
Several animal sanctuaries and an animal performance theater are
situated along this path.
Battle for Eire - 360 degree virtual reality motion simulator ride.
The Otherworld needs a warrior. Team up with the last fairy guardian,
Addie, and set out to rescue the sacred Heart of Eire. Hang on tight
as you soar above the lush landscapes and mystifying powers of the
Otherworld. Prepare to battle the dark forces.
Eagle Ridge & Wolf Valley – Animal exhibits located just outside
Pet Shenanigans Theater – An outdoor venue that currently hosts the
More Pet Shenanigans show.
Lorikeet Glen - A covered bird sanctuary for Lorikeets and other
brightly colored birds. Guests can enter and the birds will approach
and land on them.
San Marco (Italy)
Street view of San Marco, Italy
A performance of "Mix It Up" in San Marco.
When Italy/San Marco was opened, it completed the outer circle walkway
around Busch Gardens. Part of the park's expansion included a high
pedestrian bridge across the Rhine River into Oktoberfest, Germany.
San Marco is based upon
Renaissance era Italy. A prominent feature
within San Marco is Da Vinci's Garden of Inventions. This garden
features Italian statues and flowers set amid rides based on sketches
by Leonardo da Vinci. Also in the area is Ristorante della Piazza,
featuring Italian cuisine and allowing guests to watch "Mix It Up."
During the summer until 2008, sounds of the Starlight Orchestra could
be heard while dining.
Da Vinci's Cradle – A standard magic carpet amusement ride that
swings back and forth, gaining in height until it rotates over the
top. It does not invert riders.
Escape from Pompeii
Escape from Pompeii – A shoot-the-chutes boat ride featuring an
extensive indoor portion within the city of Pompeii, featuring fire
and water effects as well as falling statues to simulate the
destruction of the city.
Little Gliders & Little Balloons – Family-sized carnival rides
themed to Da Vinci's inventions.
The Battering Ram – A high-capacity, high-thrill swinging ship. This
does not go upside down.
The Flying Machine – A lightly themed tivoli manufactured orbiter
ride that spins riders.
Festa Italia (Italy)
Festa Italia is themed around a fair celebrating Marco Polo's return
to Italy from his famous visit to China. It contains many of the
park's midway games, all with a festival theme. Its attractions are
themed around Roman mythology.
Apollo's Chariot – A Bolliger & Mabillard Hyper Coaster
featuring dives towards and around ponds and hills. Apollo's Chariot
also features a deep purple and gold color scheme which is easily
visible from the park entrance and surrounding parking lots.
Roman Rapids – A circular-raft rapids ride among Roman ruins. It
really gets riders wet.
Tradewinds – A permanent-placement music express ride.
Elephant Run – A child-friendly bobsled ride.
Turkish Delight – A typical spinning "teacup" ride.
Tempesto – A
Premier Rides steel roller coaster featuring three
launches and a heartline roll. Goes about 60mph backwards and
Rhinefeld (Rhineland Germany)
A street view of Rhinefeld, Germany
This section is based upon the country of Germany. It is largely
themed to a runaway ski resort in the German Alps. The third leg of
Busch Gardens' skyride arrives and departs from this section. Also in
Rhinefeld is Land of the Dragons, a large children's play area
featuring a playground, five rides, and seasonal shows.
Alpengeist – A Bolliger & Mabillard inverted roller coaster,
Alpengeist is themed to a ski-lift taken over by a local legend, the
Alpengeist (Ghost of the Alps). In addition to its green and white
Alpine color scheme, the station of
Alpengeist features ski gear and
other decorations to simulate a ski lodge in the Alps. It also has six
loops and two corkscrews.
Kinder Karussel – The park's antique Herschell Carousel.
Land of the Dragons – Interactive children's play area featuring a
treehouse, children's rides and a Ferris wheel.
Land of the Dragons
When it opened in 1994 (replacing the former Grimms Hollow children's
area), Land of the Dragons was the main kiddie area at Busch Gardens.
It is home to Dumpherey the Dragon, the area's mascot. Other major
notes taken to Land of the Dragons include its dragon-themed 3-story
tree house, a wet play area with waterfalls, squirting geysers, and a
serpent inhabiting the area, and a dragon-egg Ferris wheel. There are
also smaller play zones, slides, smaller wet play areas and (formerly)
a gift shop called Dragon Digs.
Eggery Deggery – A
Ferris wheel with "dragon egg" carts
Flutter Splutter – A flying dragon ride
Chug-A-Tug – A boat ride
Bug-A-Dug – A music express-like ride with ladybug cars that are red
Brook – A wet play area
Riffle Rapids – A mini flume that ran under the Treehouse that had
dragon-shaped boats, a small drop and rapids. (This ride was relocated
to the Sesame Street Forest of Fun and was renovated and renamed as
"Bert and Ernie's Loch Adventure" mini flume.)
As of the 2012 season, the Lost Children building has been relocated
from its former building, dubbed Wild Moose Lodge, in New France, to
what was formerly the Dragon Digs gift shop.
Oktoberfest (Bavarian Germany)
Das Festhaus in Oktoberfest, site of live performances, shops, and
Beste Brezeln und Bier as viewed from the
Oktoberfest bridge from San
Like Rhinefeld, this section is based on Germany during the annual
celebration of Oktoberfest.
Oktoberfest features many of the park's
flat rides. It is also home to a large assortment of carnival-style
games. Das Festhaus is a large, air conditioned eating facility where
guests can purchase German food or American classics. While eating in
Das Festhaus, guests can experience "Entwined", a show incorporating
the Grimm Brothers' most famous fairy tales. A new show has been added
recently titled "Roll out the Barrel." This section of the park
formerly hosted The Big Bad Wolf, a suspended roller coaster. The Big
Bad Wolf was closed on September 7, 2009.
On September 18, 2010, it was announced that in 2011,
be renovated with new shops and sights including a new beer garden and
pretzel shop known as Beste Brezeln und Bier with a Bavarian maypole
occupying the flower garden in front of Das Festhaus, along with a
246-foot (75 m) drop tower called Mäch Tower. Also announced was
a new "multi-launch" roller coaster that will open in spring of 2012
on the former site of the Big Bad Wolf roller coaster. On September
17, 2011 it was announced that the new coaster would be called
Verbolten. On May 18, 2012,
Verbolten officially opened to the general
The area also hosts a large part of the annual BierFest festival,
featuring a large number of beers from around the world, with at least
22 different beers on tap throughout the whole area. German themed
food and non-alcoholic beverages are also sold during the festival.
On January 23, 2018, it was announced that the park's only dark ride,
Curse of DarKastle, would not reopen for the 2018 season and would be
officially closing for being a burden with maintenance costs. The
building that harboured the dark ride is now used as event space such
as Santa's workshop for Christmas town and a walkthrough maze called
Frostbite for the halloween event Howl-O-Scream.
Der Autobahn (Bumper Cars)
Der Autobahn Jr. (Kiddie Bumper Cars)
Der Roto Baron (Red Baron)
Der Wirbelwind (Waveswinger) – classic yo-yo swings ride
Wirbelwindchen (Kiddie Swings)
Mäch Tower – Opened on August 19, 2011, this 246-foot (75 m)
tall free-fall tower is located on the site previously occupied by Der
Katapult, which has been moved to New France. Riders are seated in a
30-person ring around the tower, which rotates as it makes its way to
Special effects include vibrating seats and on-board
The Curse of DarKastle
The Curse of DarKastle – An indoor, technological dark ride haunted
house in which an ancient German king terrorizes guests with 3D
effects, water, and wind in a motion-simulator style.The exterior of
the ride is decorated in the style of a Bavarian castle "frozen in
time". The attraction closed permanently in September 2017, with the
castle serving as a special events space starting that fall.
Verbolten – Brave The Black Forest – A family-style, Black Forest
themed launched roller coaster with a top speed of 53 mph. It
also has a free fall when the track comes out from under it.
Entering Aquitaine, France in 2014
Centering on the village of Aquitaine, this section is based on
France. It is home to many boutiques and one of the park's skyride
stations, where the first leg of the skyride arrives from England and
the second leg departs for Rhinefeld, Germany. The Royale Palace
Theatre in France hosts numerous shows throughout the season.
Griffon – A dive roller coaster, named after the legendary creature,
the griffin; contains a ninety-degree drop from 205 feet, 2 immelman
loops, and a "splashdown" finale; the brother ride of Busch Gardens
Tampa Bay's SheiKra. Year opened: 2007
New France (French Canada)
The Final Plunge of
Le Scoot Log Flume in New France.
New France is based on French colonial Canada and consists of a hub of
Canadian-themed shops with a colonial tone throughout the area. Rides
in New France include the
Busch Gardens Railway
Busch Gardens Railway departing from Caribou
Station and Le Scoot Log Flume, featuring a 50-foot (15 m) plunge
through a saw mill. A predominant feature in this area is the Trappers
Smokehouse which has an outdoor grill centrally located. Trappers
Smokehouse offers grilled and smoked items such as chicken, ribs, and
InvadR is now added to New France
Le Scoot Log Flume, a traditional high-in-the-sky theme park log flume
Le Catapult – a basic carnival scrambler
InvadR - a
Great Coasters International
Great Coasters International wooden roller coaster opened
InvadR is themed around the Viking invasion of New France. It
has 9 airtime hills, a 74-foot drop, and goes up to 48mph.
The Loch Ness Monster's interlocking loops
Griffon, Alpengeist, and Loch Ness Monster Rollercoasters shown in
Existing (listed by first year)
Loch Ness Monster (1978 – present)
Alpengeist (1997 – present)
Apollo's Chariot (1999 – present)
Griffon (2007 – present)
Grover's Alpine Express (2009 – present)
Verbolten (2012 – present)
Tempesto (2015 – present)
InvadR (2017 – present)
Defunct (listed by closing year)
Die Wildkatze (1976–1983)
Replaced by Big Bad Wolf
Das Kätzchen (1976–1984)
Replaced by Wild Maus
Drachen Fire (1992–1998)
Wilde Maus (1996–2003)
Tampa Bay as Sand Serpent
Replaced by Curse of DarKastle
Opened as the Wild Izzy as a tie into the Izzy, mascot of the 1996
Olympic Games, for which Budweiser was a sponsor.
Big Bad Wolf (1984–2009)
Replaced by Verbolten
Border Collie playing in back fields of Highland Stables
Jack Hanna's Wild Reserve
Along with various birds that inhabit Jack Hanna's Wild Reserve,
attractions here are the bald eagles and wolves. Eagle Ridge is a
3,000+ foot area set aside for housing and rehabilitating bald eagles
and providing education to visitors. Wolf Haven is a viewing area
where guests may observe one of Busch Garden's pairs of wolves. One
pair is on exhibition at a time.
Busch Gardens also provides Wolf
Valley for those wolves not on display. Over 8,000 feet (2,400 m)
of natural habitat is intended to ensure the animals' health and
Busch Gardens' Highland Stables features
Scottish Blackface sheep,
Border collies, black Clydesdales, and a European barn owl. Guests can
interact with the animals during daily demonstrations.
Parking and transportation
A European-themed locomotive built by
Crown Metal Products
Crown Metal Products for the
Busch Gardens Railway.
At the park, special parking areas are provided for persons with
special needs or disabilities, recreational vehicles, and groups
arriving by buses and motorcoaches. Trams provide shuttle service to
and from entrance gates from outlying parking areas.
Within the park itself, three steam locomotive powered trains operate
on the 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge
Busch Gardens Railway,
a 2-mile (3.2 km) loop of track, providing transportation between
the Heatherdowns, Festa Italia, and New France themed areas.
Additionally, a skyride provides transportation between the Banbury
Cross, Aquitaine, and Rhinefeld themed areas.
Awards and recognition
Golden Ticket Awards: Best Landscaping – Amusement Park
NAPHA Survey: Most Beautiful Park
NAPHA Survey: Favorite Theme Park
Daytime Street View of Banbury Cross, England with Christmas
Seating in the Royal Palace Theatre
Front View of Das Festhaus at Christmas Town
Another View of the North Pole (Rhinefeld)
Night View of San Marco, Italy
The "Peppermint Twist" in Christmas Livery
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