(NEW YORK) -- Now that Abbottabad, Pakistan is lacking its most famous, though perhaps least known attraction -- a compound that hid terror mastermind Osama bin Laden -- the city is hoping to boost tourism with an amusement park.
The BBC reports city planners are plotting a $30 million facility that would include rock climbing, mini-golf, water sports and paragliding.
Officials are quick to point out that the park won't be built on the spot where bin Laden's compound once stood; in order to prevent terror tourism, his hideout was destroyed after the May 2011 Navy SEAL raid that left the al Qaeda leader dead.
Abbottabad, situated in the Himalayan foothills some 75 miles north of Islamabad, was an anonymous military garrison town before it shot to international notoriety in 2011.
The hunt for Bin Laden and the raid itself have recently been the focus of renewed attention with the release of the film Zero Dark Thirty, which the story of the long hunt for the 9/11 mastermind.
The film is being boycotted in Pakistan, although bootleg copies are freely available
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