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* ShoutOut: One of their regular shows is an adaptation of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.

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* ShoutOut: One of their regular shows is an adaptation of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.''WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid1989''.



* [[UnrelatedBrothers Unrelated Sisters]]: The mermaids all refer to each other as their sisters.

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* [[UnrelatedBrothers UnrelatedBrothers: Unrelated Sisters]]: Sisters: The mermaids all refer to each other as their sisters.


* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: All the mermaids are called "princesses." The few mermen are "princes."


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* GratuitousPrincess: All the mermaids are called "princesses." The few mermen are "princes."


** The park itself received various shout-outs as a favored Roadside Attraction in works like Neil Gaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and Elmore Leonard's ''Maximum Bob''.


* OnlyInFlorida: The park is best known as one of the most unusual theme parks/attractions in a state filled with them. Many travel books and cultural histories covering Florida will have at least one photo of a smiling Weeki Wachee mermaid on the front cover.



** The park itself received various shout-outs as a favored RoadsideAttraction in works like Neil Gaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and Elmore Leonard's ''Maximum Bob''.

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** The park itself received various shout-outs as a favored RoadsideAttraction Roadside Attraction in works like Neil Gaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and Elmore Leonard's ''Maximum Bob''.

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** The park itself received various shout-outs as a favored RoadsideAttraction in works like Neil Gaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and Elmore Leonard's ''Maximum Bob''.


''"The only city of live mermaids."''

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''"The ->''"The only city of live mermaids."''

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You can find out more at Wikipedia.

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You can find out more at Wikipedia.
[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weeki_Wachee_Springs Wikipedia]].



* FishOutOfWater: Quite literally. This video promotes a charity marathon called "Fish Out Of Water Extreme 5K."

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* FishOutOfWater: Quite literally. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3uPIphua6g This video video]] promotes a charity marathon called "Fish Out Of Water Extreme 5K."



* HalloweenSpecial: "Wild 'N' Wicked Nights," as seen here.

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* HalloweenSpecial: "Wild 'N' Wicked Nights," as seen here.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7wDVQ6GwYY here]].



* SirensAreMermaids: They have an event called Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp.

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* SirensAreMermaids: They have an event called [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4d9sgLOwFU Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp.Camp]].

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''"The only city of live mermaids."''

--{{Tagline}}

Weeki Wachee Springs is a ThemePark in Weeki Wachee, Florida famous for its mermaid show. The show debuted in 1947. The official site can be found [[http://www.weekiwachee.com here]].

You can find out more at Wikipedia.

!!!"The Only City of Live Tropes"

*AffectionateParody: The "Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp" video listed below ends with the participants and the instructors singing "I wish I was a Weeki Wachee Mermaid" to the tune of the old "I wish I was an Oscar Meyer Weiner" jingle.
*ArtificialGill: They use air hoses.
*TheCameo: The mermaids and the park itself have been featured in several movies, TV shows and music videos.
*ColorMotif: Many of the mermaids wear green tails with some blue.
*DontEatAndSwim: Averted. Their "Fish Tails" show includes the mermaids eating and drinking underwater.
*DressCode: Mermaid tails with bikini tops.
*EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: All the mermaids are called "princesses." The few mermen are "princes."
*FishOutOfWater: Quite literally. This video promotes a charity marathon called "Fish Out Of Water Extreme 5K."
*FriendToAllChildren: Their Website/YouTube channel includes a series called "Tail Mail," which encourages young children to hand-write letters to the mermaids, who then read them.
*HalloweenSpecial: "Wild 'N' Wicked Nights," as seen here.
*HilariousOuttakes: They have posted several "Tail Mail Bloopers" videos to their [=YouTube=] channel.
*LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: It's inevitable that something that's been around for 70 years would have had many performers come and go.
*LongRunners: It started in 1947 and is still active today.
*MeaningfulName: "Weeki Wachee" means "Little Spring" or "Winding River" in Seminole Indian.
*OnlyOneName: The mermaids are all referred to as "Mermaid (insert name here)."
*OurMermaidsAreDifferent: The whole show is about mermaids.
*PinkIsFeminine: Some of the mermaids' tails.
*PurpleIsPowerful: Some of the mermaids' tails.
*ShoutOut: One of their regular shows is an adaptation of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
*SirensAreMermaids: They have an event called Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp.
*TheThemeParkVersion: Averted, since, well, there aren't real mermaids, therefore the park cannot be accused of misrepresenting them.
*[[UnrelatedBrothers Unrelated Sisters]]: The mermaids all refer to each other as their sisters.


* AffectionateParody: The "Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp" video listed below ends with the participants and the instructors singing "I wish I was a Weeki Wachee Mermaid" to the tune of the old "I wish I was an Oscar Meyer Weiner" jingle.
* ArtificialGill: They use air hoses.
* TheCameo: The mermaids and the park itself have been featured in several movies, TV shows and music videos.
* ColorMotif: Many of the mermaids wear green tails with some blue.
* DontEatAndSwim: Averted. Their "Fish Tails" show includes the mermaids eating and drinking underwater.
* DressCode: Mermaid tails with bikini tops.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: All the mermaids are called "princesses." The few mermen are "princes."
* FishOutOfWater: Quite literally. This video promotes a charity marathon called "Fish Out Of Water Extreme 5K."
* FriendToAllChildren: Their Website/YouTube channel includes a series called "Tail Mail," which encourages young children to hand-write letters to the mermaids, who then read them.
* HalloweenSpecial: "Wild 'N' Wicked Nights," as seen here.
* HilariousOuttakes: They have posted several "Tail Mail Bloopers" videos to their [=YouTube=] channel.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: It's inevitable that something that's been around for 70 years would have had many performers come and go.
* LongRunners: It started in 1947 and is still active today.
* MeaningfulName: "Weeki Wachee" means "Little Spring" or "Winding River" in Seminole Indian.
* OnlyOneName: The mermaids are all referred to as "Mermaid (insert name here)."
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: The whole show is about mermaids.
* PinkIsFeminine: Some of the mermaids' tails.
* PurpleIsPowerful: Some of the mermaids' tails.
* ShoutOut: One of their regular shows is an adaptation of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
* SirensAreMermaids: They have an event called Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp.
* TheThemeParkVersion: Averted, since, well, there aren't real mermaids, therefore the park cannot be accused of misrepresenting them.
* [[UnrelatedBrothers Unrelated Sisters]]: The mermaids all refer to each other as their sisters.

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* AffectionateParody: *AffectionateParody: The "Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp" video listed below ends with the participants and the instructors singing "I wish I was a Weeki Wachee Mermaid" to the tune of the old "I wish I was an Oscar Meyer Weiner" jingle.
* ArtificialGill: *ArtificialGill: They use air hoses.
* TheCameo: *TheCameo: The mermaids and the park itself have been featured in several movies, TV shows and music videos.
* ColorMotif: *ColorMotif: Many of the mermaids wear green tails with some blue.
* DontEatAndSwim: *DontEatAndSwim: Averted. Their "Fish Tails" show includes the mermaids eating and drinking underwater.
* DressCode: *DressCode: Mermaid tails with bikini tops.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: *EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: All the mermaids are called "princesses." The few mermen are "princes."
* FishOutOfWater: *FishOutOfWater: Quite literally. This video promotes a charity marathon called "Fish Out Of Water Extreme 5K."
* FriendToAllChildren: *FriendToAllChildren: Their Website/YouTube channel includes a series called "Tail Mail," which encourages young children to hand-write letters to the mermaids, who then read them.
* HalloweenSpecial: *HalloweenSpecial: "Wild 'N' Wicked Nights," as seen here.
* HilariousOuttakes: *HilariousOuttakes: They have posted several "Tail Mail Bloopers" videos to their [=YouTube=] channel.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: *LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: It's inevitable that something that's been around for 70 years would have had many performers come and go.
* LongRunners: *LongRunners: It started in 1947 and is still active today.
* MeaningfulName: *MeaningfulName: "Weeki Wachee" means "Little Spring" or "Winding River" in Seminole Indian.
* OnlyOneName: *OnlyOneName: The mermaids are all referred to as "Mermaid (insert name here)."
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: *OurMermaidsAreDifferent: The whole show is about mermaids.
* PinkIsFeminine: *PinkIsFeminine: Some of the mermaids' tails.
* PurpleIsPowerful: *PurpleIsPowerful: Some of the mermaids' tails.
* ShoutOut: *ShoutOut: One of their regular shows is an adaptation of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
* SirensAreMermaids: *SirensAreMermaids: They have an event called Sirens of the Deep Mermaid Camp.
* TheThemeParkVersion: *TheThemeParkVersion: Averted, since, well, there aren't real mermaids, therefore the park cannot be accused of misrepresenting them.
* [[UnrelatedBrothers *[[UnrelatedBrothers Unrelated Sisters]]: The mermaids all refer to each other as their sisters.

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