Offering the Midwest a tradition of family entertainment, Worlds of Fun is jam-packed with over 175 acres of exciting rides ... More
Worlds of Fun
Offering the Midwest a tradition of family entertainment, Worlds of Fun is jam-packed with over 175 acres of exciting rides and fun-filled attractions. Roller coaster lovers can choose from the Boomerang, Timber Wolf, Spinning Dragons and Mamba, one of the world's top 25 roller coasters. Other popular rides include Fury of the Nile and The Detonator, a ride that shoots riders up 200-foot towers. With kiddy rides galore, there is fun for the entire family. Plan on spending the entire day and wearing good walking shoes.Park Opens from April upto October. Check Website for Timings.
This place was amazing! I mean were going back again this year. I had so much fun last time i just had to go back again!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Everyone thinks its just a theme park but it has the power to keep you going back and back again. i live over 265 miles away and my parents said were going back again. yay.
a good attraction/ride is the finnish fling it looks live a big washing machine. you load up and start spinning fast and when your fast enough enough they drop the floor. i loved the mamba. i thought it was scarry at first because i was 8 but it was awesone that time we got the back cart but i want to get the first cart. i will post another review after my next trip in 1 more week.
Worlds of Fun is seriously like my home. I get a season pass every year and go around four times a week and i'm still not sick of it! the rides are awesome and the staff is so friendly! the shows are interesting and the food is delicious. what more can you ask for?!
WoF is a great place to visit! The Mamba is one of the best coasters and the live entertainment is always a plus! I highly recommended visiting the park and seeing for your self. (I hold season tickets and go all the time!!)
The prices this year are about 40 dollars for entrance to the park and 10 dollars for parking. If you want to experience Oceans of Fun, I suggest a "ride and slide ticket" that will run you 55 dollars. I think the ride and slide are the best because of our HOT Missouri summers you can get the best of both worlds!
The ticket cost for oceans is around 25 dollars this year. Hope this review helps!
We like the park because it is always clean and safe. Third year to go there with son and wife and 5 of our grandchildren. Only problem we encountered was when we went to the buffet and they didn't want to let our grandson that has food allergies bring his pizza in (we purchased it at the park). He cannot eat anything that they were serving at the buffet. What was our choice leave him outside while we ate. The lady at the gate was not very pleasant, she did let us take him in, but never really acknowledged that it was ok. We have never had a problem with this in past years. Also, when the park first opened it was free to park and there was a shuttle to take you from parking lot to front gate. Now you pay $10 and there isn't even a shuttle to take you to your car when you are all worn out. My husband and I are 65 and in pretty good health, but it was tiring to walk back to the car. It seems the park keeps charging more and giving less every year.
some of the people that worked there were very nice but other then them they don't have very nice people working there. i had some rides that my family liked. but we think there need to be more rides for the kids. alot of the time my kids just had to sit theere while there other sibblings went on rides. i didn't think that theey were very clean either. well thats just my point hope you have fun if you go there:))))
WOF is a great place to visit. Be prepared to have alot of patience on the weekends however. LOng lines, mouthy teens, and irritable people in general probably due to heat and exhaustion. I did find alot of the workers, probably because they are teens tend to have the " I am just working, because mom said I had to" attitude. Don't take it personally lol. I would suggest the Ride N Slide tickets though. Oceans of Fun was crazy fun. It is a little pricey, but what amusement park isn't. Pack a lunch.
It was extremely expensive to get in. The food, drinks, and everything else inside the park was outragously expensive as well. Do Not Use The Climbing Wall--not safe at all as the employees don't know anything about it and the equipment they use is very worn. I thought the theater shows were very fun, and there are some nice rides, but overall the experience was not one I would like to repeat.
I highly recommend Worlds of Fun to anyone interested in theme parks. The park boasts five intense roller coasters, a great children's section called Camp Snoopy, and many rides that appeal to everyone. Sure, it can get pretty pricey when you think about tickets and food, but thats about average for any theme park nowadays. I've never had a negative experience on any rides, and the employees have always been very friendly. I highly recommend the Cyclone Sam's ride. It is an indoor ride that simulates the experience of being inside of a tornado. I have had more fun on that ride than any other ride at any other amusement park. The lines aren't bad if you go on a weekday, and compared to other parks, like any Six Flags area, they are the shortest ever.
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