Amusement Parks have the ability to create an experience that makes a guest feel like they are a part of the park. Each park is unique, and facility signage can create a lasting impression on guests and improve their park experience.
AMI Graphics, with decades of experience in the amusement park industry, is here ready to help with a multitude of facility signage options to make your park standout, and give your guest the best possible experience.
From the moment a guest enters the park, an impression can be made by adding signage to the entrance and exit. Logos and slogans can be showcased, and pricing can be clearly displayed at the ticketing booths and kiosks.
Once inside the park, people are faced with many options of things to do, from going to rides and attractions, to visiting different areas of the park, or shopping with vendors. Each can be highlighted with custom facility signage.
Rides and attractions can be branded, highlighting their names and any extra information that goes along with the attraction. Adding new signage can help update old attractions and pique guest interest. Risk management signage can be displayed to make sure every guests experience is enjoyable and safe.
For concession and vendors, specific retail signage can also help brand each option to have its own identity. Adhesive graphics can give booths or pop-ups an individual look on the outside, and menu boards can help inform customers about available options. Create themed serving areas to make each dining experience unique.
Safety signs can be placed around the park to help call attention to certain buildings, such as first aid or park security.
Promotional signage can be used to inform guests of upcoming deals, special events, or grand opening dates for new attractions.
One of the most versatile solutions for many of the mentioned signage solutions above are a-frame signs. By using these small versatile signs, people can see promotions being run, learn about new attractions, or new things being sold at the park. Being so portable, they can be placed in high traffic areas for the highest possible viewing rate.