|Covers all kinds of dedicated attractions.
|Used on these elements
|Documented values: 11
|Status: de facto
|Tools for this tag
|Some unspecified amusement ride, not covered by other values in this proposal
|A place where animals are kept in captivity (e.g. a cage or in an aquarium). Found in zoos or animal parks. Use name=* to tag the name of the animal attraction, the common name of the kept animal species or of the individual animal can be specified. species=* can be used to specify the scientific species.
|A big wheel / ferris wheel.
|Bumper cars, also known as dodgem cars (German: Autoscooter).
|Amusement activity involving riding inner tubes in a large pool, often equipped with spray guns.
|Bungee Jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord.
|A rotating, seated ride also known as a merry-go-round. Use playground=roundabout for a small carousel that children rotate on their own.
|"A dark ride is an indoor amusement ride where riders in guided vehicles travel through specially lit scenes that typically contain animation, sound, music, and special effects" (Wikipedia definition). Example: Ghost train. You can tag the exact route, a POI or a building.
|A gondola that is pulled up a tower, then has a free fall, and bounces a few times.
|A (noticable) formal garden / French garden inside a theme park or similar. See also leisure=garden and garden:style=*
|Stage or desk utilising projectors, VR or AR and capturing people's motions (e.g., via cameras) to allow for cooperative or competitive games including dancing.
|A small car, helicopter, horse or similar on which between one and four children can ride at the same time. Often found near supermarkets. Usually has a motor that bounces the user around when you insert a coin (use with fee=yes, payment=coins).
|A log flume. You sit in a boat that is moved by the flow of water. Some log flume attractions feature a rapid descent and splashdown. These are often mapped as a linear way following the route of the ride.
|A mechanical bull or bucking machine that simulates riding a bucking animal like a bull or a horse as known from the sport of Rodeo
|A pirate ship ride
|A river rafting ride (also commonly referred to as a "river rapids ride") is an amusement ride that simulates whitewater rafting.
|Human-made markings placed on natural surfaces, typically vertical stone surfaces.
|Roller coaster - Represents the area of the roller coaster installation.
|Like a summer toboggan, but the sled runs on rails
|A big slide with small vehicles in a halfpipe or on rails, see e.g. http://www.rodelzentrum.de - the area of the installation should be tagged.
|A carousel made of swings.
|A trackless vehicles styled as train used to visit a park and see other attractions or views. This is not a roller coaster. It is best to tag the railways or a centre node.
Do not tag them as any railway or roller coaster tracks!
|A water slide, e.g. part of a swimming pool.
|A calm boat ride, such as a tow boat ride, a free boating ride or a touristical boat ride in a historic city
This is not a subkey of tourism=attraction since the attractions are usually part of bigger feature, such as an amusement park. As of 2022-04-07, 30.7% of the attraction=* tags are paired with a tourism=attraction tag.