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Interactive Florida Theme Park Guide - Tampa Bay Times
  1. 100 days in, Tampa's Coast bike program attracts more than 3,250 riders


    TAMPA — At its 100-day mark, Tampa's Coast Bike Share program has attracted 3,258 members who have pedaled more than 23,750 miles — not quite a trip around the world.

    The new Coast Bike Share is doing as well as expected, officials say.
  2. Finally, public will get good look at Busch Gardens' cheetah and gorilla babies (w/video)


    Busch Gardens has had a bit of a baby boom lately.

    This week and next on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, visitors to Busch Gardens will be able to see the park's new cheetah cubs and baby gorillas and meet the keepers who care for them. [Busch Gardens]
  3. Disney tests breakfast at popular Be Our Guest restaurant


    Disney World's hugely popular Magic Kingdom restaurant Be Our Guest is now testing a breakfast option through June 18. Like all things in the Beauty and the Beast-themed castle, it has a French flare for the cuisine served 8 to 10 a.m., and reservations are being accepted.

    Located within Beast's Castle in the Magic Kingdom, Be Our Guest Restaurant will serve French-inspired cuisine for quick-service lunch and table-service dinner. Part of New Fantasyland, the stylish restaurant will grand open Dec. 6, 2012 at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (Gene Duncan, photographer)
  4. Busch Gardens closes railroad to make way for new attraction in 2016


    Busch Gardens has announced that its Serengeti Railway is closed while the Tampa theme park reroutes the track to make way for a new attraction coming in 2016. Busch Gardens has not yet revealed what the new attraction will be, but it will be pretty large. In plans filed with regulators last month the park said it will …

    Busch Gardens' Serengeti Railway will be temporarily down during construction for a new ride.