18. Renting an Entire Amusement Park (Or Building Your Own)
Everyone loves going to amusement parks, including the rich and famous. However, they can’t always go to these parks with normal people for a lot of reasons. Mostly, they might not be safe going to the park without their security detail. While Disney can’t shut down its entire park for a celebrity, they can pay for something called Disney After Hours. However, they are no longer taking reservations during the pandemic. For smaller theme parks, it may be possible to negotiate with the owner to rent the entire place for a group.
I personally know of a Korean billionaire who built a private amusement park since he had to work in New York City often, he would fly back and forth from the United States. Eventually, he purchased a large piece of land in Egg Harbor, New Jersey. He made an American vacation property for this family to visit from Korea. The property was surrounded by a tall brick wall. But in the distance, you could see all of the amusement park rides that he paid to have installed. Since then, someone else has purchased the property. But the rides still remain.