It is traditionally accepted that amusement parks and amusement parks are places where parents bring their children on weekends. But in fact, there are some parks where only adults are allowed. And there are good reasons for this. This review contains public places where children definitely do not belong.
1. Cite Du Vin
Cite Du Vin, which translates to “City of Wine”, is a full-scale theme park dedicated to wine that opened in June 2016. It is located, of course, in one of the most famous wine regions of France – in Bordeaux. Visitors to the park shouldn’t expect any thrills, but it does have 20 themed sections dedicated to the history and culture of wine. There is also an auditorium with 250 seats for lectures and wine tasting.
Amora in London is essentially an erotic theme park (no rides).
It contains many exhibits that are designed to teach visitors to find erogenous zones on interactive mannequins or learn how to “slap on the fifth point so that it is not painful, but pleasant.” Visitors can also talk to a sex therapist, learn how to play erotic games with products, and improve their kissing and flirting skills.
3. Chambers of Horror
Chambers of Horror is the most disturbing and shocking horror attraction in the southeastern United States and is not recommended for children. It was created by horror fans – local artists Luke Godfrey and René Arriagada in 2013.
Just a 10-minute drive from Jeju International Airport in South Korea is a one-of-a-kind theme park where 140 works of art have been created for the pleasure of bed lovers. The erotic park is teeming with things like statues, photographs, toys, and installations, all related to sex. The park was founded in 2004 when a group of art students from Hongik University in Seoul created erotic sculptures to “break traditional taboos around sex” and highlight the “natural beauty of sexuality”.
5. BH Mallorca
In 2015, the BH Mallorca hotel in Magaluf, Mallorca opened its new water park Twisted. Its peculiarity is that only visitors who are over 18 years old can enter its territory. It can tickle your nerves on Aqualoop – a 360-degree water slide, on which a person accelerates to 60 km / h.
Amusement parks are generally designed to entertain children. In 2018, Brazil is going to rethink this axiom by opening an amusement park purely for adults, on the theme of bed comforts. Advertised as an “erotic Disneyland”, Erotikaland will feature penis-shaped cars, erotic games and a sexual history museum. You can also enjoy erotic delicacies at the park restaurant, take a ride on the “pleasure train” and go to the 7-D cinema, where all the seats vibrate.
Welcome to Haeshindang Park, informally known as “Penis Park”. Located on the scenic coast of Sinnam, South Korea, the park is dedicated to the memory of a young virgin left by her beloved fisherman while fishing on a cliff in the sea. During the storm, the woman died, after which, as the legend goes, the locals could no longer fish. Therefore, to calm the spirit of the deceased, they built … several giant wooden penises. The park is now famous for its gigantic array of protruding phallic statues and for being always crowded with visitors.
8. Nudist slides
In October 2015, dozens of thrill-seekers, despite the cold weather, undressed to ride a “nudist” roller coaster and raise money for charities. The Guinness World Record was set in 2010 when 102 people rode naked down the Green Scream in Southend-on-Sea.