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Adventure City- Anaheim, Calif
Adventure City is a fun theme park in the lovely city of Anaheim, California. The park was built in the early part of 1994 and host parties and other modes of family fun. The park, privately owned is open ten to twelve hours a day; this is seasonal. Admission fees offer guest an abundance of fun filled rides. Prices are $14.95 with a $9.95 price for the elderly; twelve months and younger enter the park free of charge. Adventure city misses no chance to make the visit convenient for customers. There are stroller rentals, hand stamping for re-entry, gift certificates, lockers and restaurants; keeping things easy to reach for a fun day at the park.
The park is equipped to host corporate events, family reunions and other activities. Take a ride on a 1948 Carousel or venture into the Drop zone. Enjoy the Adventure City Express Train and get a view of the whole park. Take pictures and save the memories of a wonderful fun filled day. Take a ride on the Crazy Bus, or the Freeway Coaster, Adventure city is filled with things to do, places to eat and fun. Adventure city is open ten to five on weekdays and ten to seven on Friday’s. However, Saturday rates an added two hours for a longer stay of fun. Sunday spins back into the work week with 10 to eight as opening hours.
Adventure City has concession stands and offers special birthday packages to give a child celebrating this special event and their friends a wonderful time. Tickets and other amenities are included in the packages. This special offer begins with ten guests and provides all tickets for entry into the amusement park. Refreshments are provided and the special birthday child gets to wheel the train with his guest riding along. There are puppet shows and the birthday boy or girl is given particular attention. The park offers fun for all guests young and old, friends and family celebrate a day off with tickets to this wonderful attraction in Anaheim, California; just off South Beach Blvd at Ball and Cerritos. Look for the Hobby City Complex.