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Twitter has evolved into an essential platform for those hoping to keep up with the latest news and developments from theme parks all over the world. Every week, we pick out five great Twitter accounts that all theme park fans should follow. Don't forget, you can follow Theme Park Tourist via @ThemeParkNews and @ThemeParkOffers.

@DCAToday (DCA Today)

The official in-park Twitter feed for Disney California Adventure is worth tracking if you're in the park - it features updates on special events, show times and queue times, along with lots and lots of photos.

@WaltDisneyWorld (Walt Disney World)

The official Walt Disney World Twitter feed offers more than just bland updates from the park, frequently taking a look back in time at what was happening at the resort decades ago.

@PremierRides (Premier Rides)

Premier Rides is a leading supplier of dark rides and roller coasters to some of the world's most popular theme parks. Follow its Twitter feeds for regular photo updates from its latest construction projects.

@UniStudios (Universal Studios Hollywood)

Universal Studios Hollywood's official Twitter feed offers updates from the park, as well as frequent competitions for fans. Details of special events and discounts are also worth looking out for.

@UORHHN (Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights)

Haunt fans are always keen to know what Universal Orlando has up its sleeves for the next Halloween Horror Nights event, and the official Twitter feed regularly offers up hints.

Look out for more Twitter recommendations for theme park fans next week!


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