Because successful amusement parks across the globe
attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year and
generate millions of dollars in revenue, starting an
amusement park can be an lucrative business
opportunity for an entrepreneur with substantial
experience in the amusement park business.
However, understanding how to start an amusement park
starts by acquiring an in-depth knowledge of how
planning, capital and project management must all work
together to create a comprehensive business plan. The
following steps will give you a basic outline of what you
need to do to start an amusement park.
Concept / theme: regional amusement theme( which
could be a tourist attraction)
Target: all age groups
Add On’s : hotels, stalls etc.
Pricing: 450/- to 750/-
Hire a firm that specializes in leisure business planning and have
them draw up a feasibility study, a business plan, and a detailed
design of my amusement park.
Present my feasibility study and business plan to investors and
raise the capital i need to start an amusement park.
Put my team together.
Choose a location for my theme park(amusement park)
Obtain all necessary permits and licenses.
Buy insurance for my amusement park.
Construct my amusement park
Promote my amusement park in the media.
Open my amusement park
Overall consultancy to set-up and run Theme Parks successfully.
To work out total expenditure of the Project including Land
Development, Civil Work, Electrical and Communication
system, Equipment and other facilities selection and Installation.
Master Plan for the park.
Basic conceptual layout including layout of rides and all facilities.
Design of Entire Park after having made the spot studies
regarding the available site, capacity reports of various games
and rides, crowd control at park hours etc
Design and engineering of the essential utility services such as
electrical power connection, water system, fire
fighting, drainage, ticketing booths, toilets, food outlets etc.
Ill obtaining statutory permits required to set-up amusement
Checking and approval of detail drawings prepared by various
contractors/vendors and also supervision of erection and
Project report for the financial institutions
Selection, Ordering and Inspection of equipment
To manufacture and supply rides meeting established quality
and safety norms
Civil Work, Installation work and setting up of the park –
supervising operating procedure for the Theme Amusement
Training of technical/operational staff for smooth and safe park
To give all backup support for managerial as well as
technical/operational services as and when required
To prepare manpower plan and monitor recruitment and
Implementation of ISO: 9000 and ISO: 14001 standards.
Provide MIS computer software support.
Population and Income level
Distance and road communication from city
Estimated visitor level
Rides, Food & Beverage, Souvenir shop and other
Total expenditure of the project, Land
Development, Civil work, Electrical and
communication installation, Rides procurement
Aqua rides(complete water park package)
Fun rides(roller coaster, moon raker, cable car etc)
Dark rides (river caves and horror house)
Wonders( rocket moves, golf court, 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle
Pool games which includes lazy river, rowing boat and other
Name: super pass park
Location: Between Rushikonda to IT parks.
Land: 40-60 initially acres and might expand in future.
Expansion strategy: based on income levels of ppl, demand, profits I will
further expand my park.
Advantage: It connects madurwada, rushikonda, bheemilli upto go karting
area so no of walk-in’s are more in number. My park can attract them well in
Competitiors: agrigold is planning to start up in yarada which is risky, very
long travelling hours, and also a suicide spot which might back off
Time : 18 months
Park map: I will provide a roadmap to the customers walking in by providing
a hand guide at the entrance of my park or near ticket booth.
Park hours: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm in the weekends, 10:00am to 8:00 pm in
Admission price: weekdays 450/-, weekends 750/- (it includes all rides an
games in the park) (pay-one-price concept.)
NOTE: food is not included in the ticket fare.
No of walk in’s per day: 60-100(estimation)
Break even: It will take nearly 43 years.