Touted as the world’s first ‘rock n’ roll theme park’, the 150-acre park celebrated the spirit of rock and roll. The entertainment destination included as many as 40 attractions, a multi-purpose live music amphitheater, shows and state-of-the-art sound systems, roller coasters, children’s play areas, restaurants, cafes, and retail stores. Six unique zones celebrated rock’s culture, legends, and history. An appealing blend of rides, shows, and interactive elements had been designed for the family audience and children of all ages. The park even showcased some of Hard Rock International’s collection of music memorabilia, which is the world’s largest.
Hard Rock Park
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