Tag:tourism=theme_park

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Public-images-osm logo.svg tourism = theme_park
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Description
An amusement park where entertainment is provided by rides, game concessions, etc.
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
See also
Wikidata
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Status: In use

A theme park or amusement park is an area where entertainment is provided by rides, game concessions, etc. The tourism=theme_park tag should be used whether or not it has a theme. Examples include the Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, Wikipedia-16px.png Universal Studios Florida, Wikipedia-16px.png Europa-Park, and Ocean Park.

How to map

Draw the outline Area of the area.

Example

Related tags

  • General tags
    • leisure=water_park for a theme park with water rides
    • opening_hours=* for defining set operating times for attractions, shops, transporation, park hours, etc. Or place a link to page with hours.
    • website=* for a user to find more information about the park. Generally page lands on park's site instead of resort's site
    • operator=* for defining the company that operates the park
  • Landuse
    • landuse=forest for tagging area of trees that are maintained
    • natural=wood for tagging area of trees that are not maintained
    • leisure=garden for tagging a green space inside a park.
    • landuse=grass for tagging grass spaces.
    • natural=tree for tagging trees
    • natural=water for tagging real or man-made water areas
    • amenity=fountain for using to show man-made fountains (way) or a fountain head inside waterway (node)
    • barrier=fence for showing enclosed spaces. Generally around garden spaces, attractions, and park boundaries
    • type=multipolygon for using a series of way to define an outer and inner space like an island on a lake or a building that is not fully roofed.
  • Highway/Pathways
    • highway=pedestrian for tagging large walkways generally large enough for a vehicle to drive on
    • highway=footway for tagging small walkways
    • highway=steps for tagging a pathway/highway that has steps in it.
    • wheelchair=* for adding description on for wheelchair accessibility
    • area=yes for showing large open area of footways/pedestrian ways
    • bridge=yes for showing a highway/railway being raised over a gap
    • barrier=gate for showing a gate that regular guests any or may not interact with. Generally showing an entrance/exit around park entrance, attractions, employee-back areas.
  • Attractions
    • building=yes for showing an enclosed building
    • building=roof for showing a building missing walls
    • tourism=attraction for an individual attraction in a theme park, or a standalone attraction. (node or way)
    • attraction=* for defining an attraction type (i.e. carousel, roller_coaster, transportation, dark_ride, etc.)
    • railway=narrow_gauge for defining a roller coaster track (used until railway=roller_coaster is approved by OSM community)
    • entrance=* generally tags include main, yes, exit, and service but can be used to insert user defined tags like standby.
    • shop=gift for tagging places for people to buy park merchandise (node or way)
    • shop=kiosk for tagging free-standing shops outside like a hat stand or a trinkets stall. (node or way)
  • Food
    • amenity=restaurant for a sit down restaurant with a server generally. (node or way)
    • amenity=fast_food for a quick service food generally in the form as a walk up window. (node or way)
    • amenity=ice_cream for a frozen treats. (node or way)
    • cuisine=* for tagging dining expirances food type like american, regional, italian, burger, etc.
  • Transportation
    • highway=service for defining a roadway not used for public vehicles.
    • amenity=parking for parking areas
    • service=parking_aisle for defining a parking aisle in a ground parking lot.
    • access=* Generally used with private/prohibited/permissive/designated/destination/emergency to help show on the map with a person can drive on it and with navigation GPS service using OSM data.
    • route=ferry for defining a boat's pathway
    • railway=rail for use on trains using regular size tracks
    • railway=preserved for use on trains using a historical rail line.
    • railway=narrow_gauge for use on trains using a rail size other then then standard size
    • railway=monorail for use on trains with a single rail only either supported by ground beam or an over-hanging beam. (Not for use on roller_coasters)
    • railway=tram for use on trains that run on footway/pedestrian streets may be electric or not.
    • (Most transportation tags use relationship-type tags)
      • type=route used to define a series of ways and nodes as a part of an transportation vehicle.
      • route=* to define a transportation type like tram, rail, ferry, bus, etc.
  • Useful Tags
    • amenity=atm for a place to allow guest to pull cash out of their bank (operator=* tag is used to help show which bank operates it to determine if fees apply. Also fee=yes can be used)
    • amenity=bench for showing park benches (generally for use on benches that are built in or bolted to ground and will not move)
    • amenity=drinking_water for showing location of a drinking fountain
    • amenity=post_box a box where mail can be sent from.
    • amenity=telephone a device on a wall that charges a fee to make a phone call.
    • amenity=theatre for showing location of a theater. (node or way)
    • amenity=toilets for showing public restrooms. (node or way)
    • highway=elevator for showing a place where a person can be lifted/lowered to another level of a building or across an elevation. Can be placed in middle of building. (node or way)
    • highway=street_lamp for showing lights in the park that aluminate park pathways (generally free-standing and taller than 1.5 meters)
    • emergency=defibrillator for showing location of an Automatic Emergency Defibrillator (AED).
    • emergency=fire_hydrant for showing fire hydrants inside the park.
    • tourism=artwork for showing where a piece of art is located like a statue.
    • tourism=informationfor showing park services that can give information.
    • tourism=viewpoint for showing a place where a person to stand to see an interesting vista.

See also