Below is our list of independent partners in the world of theme parks.
Get in touch via this form if you have a theme park-related website you would like to propose for linkage. All we ask in return is that you link back to RideRater.
- Attraction Images – collection of theme park photography
- Attractions Near Me – directory listing “some of the best family-friendly attractions in the UK”
- Auto Ride Count – free app to automatically count the rides you go on
- CoasterFreak – the blog site of our photographer Daniel Conder
- CoasterTalk – “100% honest and unbiased theme park reviews”
- Coastin.net – website of UK theme park enthusiast Chris Franklin
- The Cobra Roll – one of the newest theme park websites out there
- Pleasurewood Place – dedicated to Pleasurewood Hills theme park in Suffolk
- Theme Park Portal – formed in 2020 and features a great new podcast
- Theme Park Tourist – extensive bank of information contains an in-depth UK section
- Theme Parks UK – comprehensive source of information for UK parks
- Thrill Nation – reporting and reviewing from “thrilling and fun” attractions
- Thrill Rides Photography – large collection of photographs and detail
- TowersStreet – Alton Towers-dedicated news and community forums
- UK Theme Park Hall of Fame – a new site that is dedicated to honouring key rides and people
- ThemePark-Central – “bringing the fun and joy of the leisure attractions to the user”
- Theme Park Review – the world-famous enthusiast group and forum
- Theme Park James – documenting the travels of a world-travelling theme park enthusiast
- Johnnyupsidedown – 1999-founded website of US enthusiast John Wiencek
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