Oldest Amusement Parks in the U.S.
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Amusement parks might seem like a modern invention — featuring high-speed, steel roller coasters and world-class entertainment. But their history actually stretches pretty far back. The first amusement park in the country opened in 1846, and by the early 1900s, roller coaster designers were already gaining fame. Here are seven of the oldest amusement parks in the country that are still thrilling in their own special way.