One of the most beautiful amusement parks in the world has to be Busch Gardens at Williamsburg. Crafted with an old European theme, the park is hidden inside of a wooden parcel of land that spans a private lake. Unlike many modern theme parks, everywhere you turn, you see as many trees as you do shops and rides with intricate flower arrangements to finish off the visual buffet.
Making the park even more beautiful is visiting it during the fall. A mixture of traditional fall decorations as well as accents for Halloween makes your visit there a true treat for the eyes. Below are just a sampling of the natural beauty you can find at Busch Gardens.
The last photo is of the Loch Ness Monster roller coaster ride. The ride has two interlocking loops that straddle the lake and wooden walkway below. This gives both the riders and the pedestrians below a thrill as the cars race upside down and then uphill.
The yellow and grey of the roller coaster structure blends in well with the autumn colors of the trees that surround the ride and line the lake. As you can see from the photo (taken from the air in a sky car), the parks minimalistic approach to ride placement leaves much of the natural beauty in place for all to enjoy, making Busch Gardens one of the most beautiful parks in the world.