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Barrow in Furness, United Kingdom
September 10, 2009
From journal 9 Days In Florida
East Haven, Connecticut
September 17, 2005
Wet ‘n Wild is located at 6200 International Drive. The park is open year round, but during the off-peak seasons, the operating times will differ. Admission at the gate is $33.95 for adults and $27.95 for children ages 3–9. However, if you want to purchase your tickets in advance, you can search the internet to find some good discounts. I have found that CnCTravel.com’s Discounted Wet ‘n Wild Tickets is a great place to save some money.
The best two pieces of advice I can offer to those of you visiting Wet ‘n Wild would be:
So what kind of thrill rides does Wet ‘n Wild offer? Like I said earlier, my favorite is the BOMB BAY. I often refer to this ride as the "Der Stuka" because years ago, I believe that is what it was called. At any rate, this ride is 76 feet high, and it drops you like a bomb from a plane, down a slide that is near vertical. (HINT: There are a lot of guys at the bottom of this ride.) It took a few years before I gathered the courage to tackle this ride, and even when I did, they had to push me down from the top.
Wet ‘n Wild also offers multi-person rides, like the 500-foot-long BLACK HOLE.
Wet ‘n Wild also offers a section just for kids.
When I was younger, I used to visit this park more often than I do now, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t something for everyone to enjoy. I don’t know if this will work anymore, but I used to avoid parking fees by parking at Wendy’s up the street and walking to the park.
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From journal Orlando Tourist Destinations Other Than Disney
May 8, 2003
The closed rides were under reconstruction and should not be closed long.
If you leave your lunch in the car trunk it will stay cooler and you can enjoy the time. You can get your hand stamped and go to the car with re-entry.
A website for this park is at this link.
From journal The first Orlando
September 4, 2002
From journal Fun in Florida
February 23, 2001
There are plenty of water slides and other rides to keep you busy for the entire day! But remember your sun screen or a cover up, or you'll feel like a french fry when you leave!
From journal Knights in Armour to Mickey Mouse!