Duff Gardens is an amusement park based on Duff Beer.


Bart and Lisa Simpson visit Duff Gardens with their aunt Selma.


Bart and Lisa ride "The Little Land of Duff" attraction, where they hear this song, repeated over and over:

Duff Beer for me!
Duff Beer for you!
I'll have a Duff,
You have one too!
The boats float on a brown liquid, most likely stagnant recycled beer, with hallucinogenic properties, which Lisa drinks after being dared to do so by Bart (as well as Aunt Selma's prompting, mostly to prevent them from arguing). Lisa then starts to experience hallucinations and shivers all over.  When the security guards return Lisa to Aunt Selma, Lisa proclaims, in a variation of the famous line by the Doors' Jim Morrison, "I am the lizard queen!"
Duff Garden

Other Attractions

Other Duff Gardens attractions include:

  • the Beeramid
  • the Beerquarium ("Home of the world's happiest fish")
  • the Beer Hall of Presidents
    Duff Gardens

    Inside the Little Land of Duff ride.

  • Little Land Of Duff
  • the Barrel Roll
  • the Washing Machine ride
  • the Whiplash rollercoaster
  • Fermentarium (Mentioned)
  • Singing group Hooray for Everything (who sing a politically correct version of Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side" and are based on Up with People), and a direct parody of Disneyland's Main Street Electrical Parade.

In the gift shop, Bart spots "Beer Goggles", a sort of glasses that mimicks what drunks see. Aunt Selma appears young, feminine, and beautiful to Bart and also somehow, alters her voice. Later, they see the mascots of Duff Beer, The Seven Duffs: Sleazy, Queazy, Edgy, Surly, Tipsy, Remorseful, and Dizzy.

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How Selma looks through Beer Goggles.

Behind the Laughter

Duff Gardens is a parody of Busch Gardens and Disneyland, including the "Little Land of Duff" ride, which is a direct parody of the Disneyland ride "It's A Small World".

According to the DVD commentary, the "Little Land of Duff" song originally had two verses, but was cut to one to make it more annoying (and thus funnier).