Where will it end?
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- It started with hundreds of thousands of residents leaving California. Then theme park Disneyland decided to leave, and was quickly followed by Knott's Berry Farm, SeaWorld, and Disney California Adventure.
Now the first non-park landmark has announced its departure: the famous Golden Gate Bridge.
The Golden Gate (the bridge) spokesperson Jun Gate (no relation) announced the plans to Uncle Walt's Insider.
"Things are just getting nuts out here," said Gate (no relation). "I mean, when someone put ...
"Who would want a 'California' park in a non-California state?"
ANAHEIM, CA -- Once sister theme park Disneyland decided to leave California (quickly followed by Knott's Berry Farm and SeaWorld), Disney's California Adventure theme park was left in a quandary.
"Sure, we'd like to leave," Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) tells Uncle Walt's Insider, "especially since Disneyland took the parking garages with them. But we're a California-themed park. Everything about us screams 'California.'
"Take a look at the theming: from ...
Shamu is in Texas! Who knew?
SAN ANTONIO, TX -- Uncle Walt's Insider has some breaking news that you will ONLY find here! Sometime during the Covid-19 shutdown, SeaWorld San Diego packed up and moved the entire operation to San Antonio, TX!
The park is the latest to flee California for more normal states, after Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm announced moves earlier this week.
Our very own Uncle Walt discovered this move while visiting San Antonio.
Not a copy, but close
"It's not ...
The #2 fruit-themed park (behind San Francisco) is joining Dollywood in Tennessee.
BUENA PARK, CA -- After Disneyland announced their move to Texas on Monday, another popular Southern California theme park is abandoning the state for greener pastures. Knotts Berry Farm will soon leave California and join Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Knotts (the company) spokesperson Jon Knotts (no relation) shared, "It's a sad day for the Knotts family, as we must announce we are leaving California. The high taxes and high ...
The moving vans are scheduled for Wednesday.
ANAHEIM, CA -- Saying they've "finally had enough" and the state is "just nuts," Disneyland officials have announced that the park is leaving California.
The park joins hundreds of thousands of California residents fleeing the state each year. Various reasons have been given for the mass exodus, but most common are the high cost of living, the overreaching liberal government, or that the state is "just nuts."
Former Cast Members already there
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney ...