Interactive Queueing Makes Parks Like Disney World Even Better

Long lines are probably the largest, most frequent complaints heard about theme parks. While I haven’t personally been to an amusement park in years, I can understand the frustration. You’re on vacation, and your time is precious. You have a lot you’d like to do on the vacation generally, and more specifically, at the theme… Read More

Effective Theme Park Management Means Quality Crowd Control

In this age of full disclosure, fueled by social media and online forums, consumers are able to express their opinions and know that they’ll be heard. If the service is top-notch and reviews are nothing but positive, this can certainly be a good thing for business owners and managers. The opposite, of course, is true… Read More

LegoLand Malaysia Leads with Comprehensive Crowd Control Policies

It’s refreshing to see theme parks paying special attention to their crowd control policies. We know Disney World’s doing it, and Legoland Malaysia is now following suit. On Saturday, the monstrous park with more than 40 rides, shows, and attractions, announced that they would be limiting the number of new entries into the park from… Read More

Life-size Gingerbread House at Disney’s Grand Floridian

Every year during the holidays, guests at Walt Disney World flock to the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa to see the handmade, life-size gingerbread house that stands in the luxurious lobby of the hotel. The house stands 16 feet tall and takes over 840 hours of labor to create. It’s comprised of 5,000 gingerbread shingles,… Read More

Disney World – The Crowd Control Capital of the World

In an age where information is given to us faster than we can absorb it, our patience has grown thin. When we want something, we want it instantly, and if we have to wait, we better be occupied. That’s why crowd control and line management improvement should be a top priority for any business that… Read More