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What do the little icon thingies mean in front of the attraction descriptions?
Hey, four seasons and year-round attractions don’t mix sometimes; thus, the seasonal snowflake was born. Few folks would want to visit a theme park in the winter; most theme parks, recognizing this, do close in the cooler climes in the colder weather. If in doubt whether a seasonal attraction is open, be sure to check it out online first!
Not your minivan momma’s mode of transportation. If it’s a cool boat, bike, segway, business class camel hump, time machine, etc., you’ll be alerted with this icon.
The question mark of mystery denotes an attraction that simply doesn’t fit in a neat pigeonhole. Get intrigued! Read the description already!
Hit the great outdoors when you see this icon associated with a featured attraction.
It’s sad and all, but sometimes a little fresh air is just too much to handle. In this case, hit the attraction associated with this icon, which represents the great indoors.
I know you young whippersnappers are all into your videogames and hipster affectations of ennui. However! This jauntily stretched music note indicates a cultural attraction that you will miss missing if you miss it. Art, music, theatre… if it’s food for your chicken-soup soul, you’ll find it here.
I’m guessing all but the most stridently life-long vegans amongst you can figure out what this succulent turkey leg represents. Do yourself a favor while you saunter away from home and try the food! Try the food! TRY! THE! FOOD!
Many, many thanks to my in-house artiste, Holland D., for the icon art!