You’ve probably heard of beauty influencers or lifestyle influencers, but there are niche influencers too – like theme park influencers. These influencers go everywhere from popular parks like Disney World and Busch Gardens to lesser-known spots, like Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri.
Followers love to watch influencers as they try new rides, offer warnings on budget-busters, and share their own stories from the big theme parks.
Ryan Vander Linde
Get up close and personal with Ryan as she rides every ride at Epcot or showcases recipes from “The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook” on TikTok. Even when she’s not visiting theme parks, her nearly 40K followers tune in for videos on “Your zodiac sign as a Walt Disney World Resort” and “Your zodiac sign as a Disney World snack.” According to her Facebook page, she got a new job at Walt Disney World on October 1, which will give her new ideas for content.
Combine an adventure addict, horror enthusiast, and sunglasses connoisseur and it makes sense that Noah would be a theme park enthusiast. He reviewed the trackless Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure ride at Disney at Epcot and attended Howl-o-Scream’s opening night at SeaWorld in San Diego. His YouTube channel covers everything from Knotts Scary Farm to Jurassic World’s ride at Universal Studios.
Hopping around the state of Florida, Chrissa shares her insights on theme parks, day trips, and other unique experiences. There’s a first-timer’s guide to all attractions at Magic Kingdom and top things to do at Busch Gardens in Tampa. Followers can check out the extensive playlist for planning a visit to Disney World to maximize their time and money.
Theme Park Obsession
Theme Park Obsession includes stylish productions of theme park tours, tips, and behind-the-scenes insights. There’s a Universal Studios Hollywood walking tour, the grand opening of “Harmonious” show at Epcot, and a Disneyland Resort update to kick-off 2021. Be sure to follow him on Instagram for bonus posts and reels.
Journalist Carlye is a go-to source for news on all things related to Disney theme parks. Followers get the 411 on Universal Studios Covid guidelines and new drinks at Disney World, as well as tips on visiting Shanghai Disneyland. She also hosts the “Very Amusing” podcast, which has covered Disney World’s 50th Anniversary, Disneyland Paris, and the Disney legacy of a famed marionette theatre.
As a former theme park and amusement park worker, George has insider secrets on everything from Busch Gardens to Disney World. Known by his 28.9K YouTube subscribers as “Sir Willow,” he’s got tips on the do’s and don’ts of meeting characters and things not to miss if you go to Silver Dollar City just outside Branson, Missouri.
Offering theme park tips and tricks for grown-ups, travel agent Kylee is a true theme park connoisseur. Her guides on Epcot, Universal, Magic Kingdom, and more are free to view on Instagram. Posts cover annual passes and resident tickets, when it’s bug season at Disney World, and what Universal City Walk was like mid-pandemic.
When Francis says he sleeps in more planes than his own bed, you know there will be a lot of fun posts from this theme park influencer. There’s a goodbye on his last night at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights and a post touting “Harmonious” at Epcot’s 50th anniversary. In one post, he bravely asks his 95K Instagram followers to compare Hollywood Studios to Magic Kingdom and Epcot.
Theme Park Shark
Dustin is such a theme park junkie that he created a business out of his hobby. Theme Park Shark covers all things Disney and Universal, with tips on everything from the Disney Genie service to changes in line reservations for the ride Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. Dustin’s YouTube channel is brimming with highly polished videos about all things theme parks.
Theme Park Millennial
Known by his 12.2K Instagram followers as “Theme Park Millennial,” Geoffrey is all about sharing news and tips with his adoring fans. Followers love his “Enchantment” review, heed his advice about the heat at Magic Kingdom, and gaze at the beauty of Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival.