Looking for some comparisons of Kentucky Kingdom to Holiday World?
Kentucky Kingdom-May 24, 2014-August 13, 2014
Holiday World-Opened May 16, 2014-August 13, 2014
Hours of Operation:
Kentucky Kingdom-Regular priced admission for a single day ticket is $44.95 for adults, $34.95 for children under 48 inches. There are options to buy discounted tickets.
Holiday World-Regular priced admission for a single day ticket is $44.95 for adults, $36.95 for children, children 2 and younger admitted free. There are options online to buy discounted tickets.
Season Pass Information:
Kentucky Kingdom-Buy a season pass at Kroger for $69.95 through June 2, 2014. With a season pass, you can get $1 soft drinks and 20% off all food and merchandise at the park. Buy a 32 ounce sports bottle that you can fill up (soft drinks) for $1 all season long. You can enter the park during the Kentucky State Fair. Park admission includes both amusement park and Water Park.
Kentucky Kingdom-King Louie’s Playland, Aqua Theater Rescued Sea Lion show, stroller rental, etc. Click here for an overview of the rides in King Louie’s Playland.
Holiday World-Click here for an overview of all of their rides and attractions for families. They also offer stroller rental, nursing stations, family restrooms, etc. See this great tips list as well.
Holiday World-Free parking on site
Kentucky Kingdom-free inner tubes, free sunscreen
Holiday World-free parking, free soft drinks, free sunscreen, free inner tubes, free WiFi,
Distance from Downtown Louisville:
Kentucky Kingdom-Approximately 5 miles according to Google Maps
Holiday World-Approximately 73 miles according to Google Maps
Read about the opening of the new Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay in Louisville here. Kentucky Kingdom opens this Saturday, May 24, just in time for Memorial Day weekend plans.
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