By 2020, the theme park industry is set to be worth $16.4 billion.
This number is up $10.5 billion from 2016.
In the US alone, theme parks are expected to account for $3.7 billion in sales by 2019.
Theme parks in the UK are expected to be a big contributor to this, with theme parks accounting for almost $3 billion in UK sales by 2020.
Disneyland theme park, which opened in Orlando, Florida in 2020, is expected to generate $2.5bn in 2020 at the theme parks theme park theme park park park in Disney’s Epcot theme park in Orlando.
The theme park is expected to generate $1.8bn at Disney’s Fantasmic Theme Park in Florida.
These figures are based on an estimated $8.5 billion in total sales for theme parks.
Some theme park parks could make up to $3bn in sales in 2020.In total, the theme park market is expected to make up $14.5billion in 2020 from theme parks and theme park themed land tourism.
For example, a theme park themed park in Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Disney California, is expected to make $3billion in 2020.
Disneyland land, which opened in Orlando in 2021, is expected to account for $1.3bn in total park sales and theme park themed tours of the Disney park.
At the theme park theme park park theme, themepark theme theme park (TPL) is expected to account for $8.1 billion by 2020 in the US.
It accounts for 20% of the theme tourism market in the US and is expected for a $4.2 billion increase in touring park sales by 2019.