This Taylor Swift Fan Designed a Theme Park in Her Honor and It Has 60 Taylor-Themed Attractions

published Aug 29, 2020
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With traditionally fun summer fare like live concerts and theme parks on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, one Taylor Swift fan used the time spent at home (and sadly, not attending Swift’s summer concert tour, which has been rescheduled for sometime next year) to dream up an entire theme park in honor of the pop star, showing off his intricate creation on social media.

Matthew Ables recently revealed a video tour of Wonderland, the theme park he designed with more than 60 Swift-themed attractions, shows, and restaurants. He began working on the project at the beginning of quarantine, creating seven lands in honor of all of her studio albums. But then Swift surprise-dropped her summer smash, “Folklore,” forcing Ables to completely reinvent Wonderland.

Ables debuted his Wonderland map, with every inch inspired by Swift’s beloved hits, lyrics, and music videos, that true fans will instantly recognize. The park’s entrance is inspired by “1989,” with the name serving as an homage to a song from the 2014 album. There’s a “Blank Space” mansion as the park’s centerpiece, a “Bad Blood” Swiftcycle simulator attraction, the “Shake It Off” dance party center stage—and, of course, an “Out of the Woods” log flume attraction.

Other highlights include the “Should’ve Said No” wooden roller coaster inspired by one of her first singles, the “Haunted” haunted house from her 2009 album “Speak Now,” the snake-themed “Look What You Made Me Do” hybrid dark ride and coaster, and the “Cardigan” emporium, where you can buy all of Swift’s favorite goodies, including—we assume—her signature cardigan.

No word yet on whether Swift herself has seen Ables’s rendering, but his attention to detail and creativity would surely delight, and dare we say, enchant her. You can call it what you want, but this theme park somehow needs to become a reality.