Family Entertainment Center


Family Entertainment Center

An "Family Entertainment Center", often abbreviated to "FEC", is a small amusement park geared towards family fun. FECs are generally small, have few attractions, and generally cost a lot less per-person than a traditional amusement park.

Common Attractions

Most FECs have common attractions which include, but are not limited to...

*Bumper Boats
*Go-Karts
*Music and dancing
*Miniature Golf
*Video Game Arcade
*Ground-level kiddie rides
*Mild thrill rides
*Snack Bar
*Water Slide

FECs in the USA

Go-Karts Plus

Adventure Landing

America's Incredible Pizza Company

FECs in Mexico

kidzania


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