The recent slew of details that has been unleashed this past week regarding Diagon Alley’s attractions, shops, and overall level of detail has not only gotten us excited for the epic adventure that lies just around the corner, but also has gotten us wondering as to just what exact element of a theme park land is the most important in making it immersive, magical, and memorable.
As always, in such instances, we turn to you to help set us straight.
So let’s get to it, shall we?
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Winning the theme park wars – Disney vs. Universal on cleanliness & immersion
For the question of which resort has a higher level of cleanliness Walt Disney World best out Universal Orlando with 599 to 366 votes (62% to 38%). On the matter of immersion, however, it was a far closer outcome, with Universal just barely eking ahead of Disney, 377 to 350 votes (52% to 48%).
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Update: looking for this week’s Rumor Round-Up? With all the real news that has come out this week regarding Diagon Alley, we’re taking the week off to get organized. Thanks for your understanding!
Atmosphere, atmosphere, atmosphere.
The most important element of a theme park land is butterbeer! Butterbeer for IOA and USF. Butterbeer at every attraction and every restaurant. Butterbeer everywhere!! 🙂
Decent rides for adults and none of that princess nonsense
I would say specifically sound.. hearing that familiar voice in the ladies restroom at Hogsmeade was magical. Little details are what “make it”.
Themed and details 🙂
Atmosphere is a plus. But the attractions are what keep me going back.
I’ve been a pass holder since 2006.
Theming and of course at least one great ride.