I am, however, intrigued by the possibilities for amusement park attractions with themes taken from Victorian literature. For example:
Raging Floss: a wild, wild water ride, inspired by The Mill on the Floss. Dodge debris, watch thrilling rescues, and avoid drowning.
Madhouse Madcaps: psychedelic adventure (somewhat along the lines of the Alice in Wonderland ride at Disneyland), featuring a tour of the insane asylums housing characters like Lady Audley.
The Arthurian Extravaganza: animatronic version of The Idylls of the King.
The Red Zoom: "Matterhorn"-style sleds zoom through Thornfield Hall as it burns down. At various points along the track, Mr. Rochester appears, searching for Bertha Mason.
It's a Bloodsucker's World: a gentle water ride, adapted from "It's A Small World," featuring singing versions of such famous vampires as Carmilla, Varney, and Count Dracula.
Hy-de-ho!: live-action musical spectacular for children, featuring the comic adventures of Dr. Jekyll and his mysterious alter ego, Mr. Hyde. Includes a sing-along.
Marshalsea Emporium: souvenir shop; takes all credit cards.
Todd's: sit-down restaurant, specializing in meat pies.