Busch Gardens Williamsburg
The Busch Gardens amusement park in Virginia opened as Busch Gardens: The Old Country in May 1975. It was owned by Anheuser-Busch for over 30 years. The park's name changed to Busch Gardens Williamsburg in 1992 and to Busch Gardens Europe in 2006. The name reverted back to Busch Gardens Williamsburg in 2008. After Anheuser-Busch was purchased by InBev, all 10 of their amusement parks, including the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens theme parks, were sold. Busch Gardens is presently owned by SeaWorld Entertainment, a division of the Blackstone Group.
The park is currently divided into 10 lands representing countries of 17th-century Europe. It is often voted as the "Most Beautiful Theme Park" thanks to its lovely design, wonderful theming, and gorgeous landscaping. In addition to the fantastic coasters, the park has entertaining shows and plenty of great places to eat.
Some of the park's previous coasters include:
Big Bad Wolf
Grover's Alpine Express
Loch Ness Monster
Wild Maus (formerly Izzy)