Hershey Park: With over 60 rides based solely on the Hershey’s chocolate brand the word on the street is that coming here is a pretty sweet experience.
The Children’s Republic: Created in order to teach Argentinian youth about democracy children can come here and do everything from elect their own congress to acquire bank loans.
Išgyvenimo Drama, Lithuania: Little more than a bunker in the woods, this “theme park” is staffed by former members of the soviet army and is intended to give visitors an idea of what life would have been like for citizens in the USSR.
Dollywood: Although Dolly Parton was more known for her singing than anything else the Tennessee theme park that bears her name is known for its fast and furious rides.
Hacienda Napoles: This family friendly theme park in Colombia gives visitors a chance to hang out with exotic animals and visit its museum. In order to get there though you have to pass under the gate seen above and that plane on top isn’t just any plane.
World Joyland, Changzhou, China: Not really concerning themselves with copyright laws, this amusement park features numerous rides ripped off from popular video games like World of Warcraft.