8 Awesome Parks to Kick Off Spring


TicketsatWork.com features an incredible selection of theme parks from coast to coast – plus the big savings for theme park tickets. Take a few minutes to look over our mega collection because springtime is set to officially begin in a few weeks, and a trip to a world-class theme park is always a fun adventure for the whole family.

Here’s a look at eight great parks to visit this spring:

Cedar Point
The popular amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, will open its doors for the new season on May 11. The park features 18 world-class roller coasters – with a roller coaster for every type of thrill. Last year, Cedar Point introduced Steel Vengeance – the tallest, fastest and longest hybrid roller coaster in the world. A new attraction for 2019 is Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island, set to premiere May 25. The experience will be an interactive game visitors can jump into at any time of the day. Save over 40%

Busch Gardens Williamsburg
The family-friendly theme park in picaresque Williamsburg, VA, features roller coasters, rides and slides, shows, and animal interactions amidst a backdrop of charming European villages. Set to open on March 23, the park has special events scheduled for springtime. Save up to 40%

SeaWorld San Diego
On the west coast, SeaWorld San Diego offers a terrific blend of marine-life shows, thrill rides and animal habitats. Make your plans to visit during the Seven Seas Craft Beer and Food Festival, which happens weekends from March 9 to April 28. Experience unique flavors from all around the world – sip and sample international street food traditions, craft beers and wines, and enjoy live musical performances. Save over 30%

SEA LIFE Kansas City
A fun and interactive aquarium, SEA LIFE Kansas City offers a wave of underwater adventures. Encounter sea animals from around the globe, including fish, sharks, rays, sea turtles and more, within an immersive environment featuring interactive display habitats and a 360-degree ocean tunnel. Save up to 35%

Knott’s Berry Farm
More than 165 rides, shows, attractions, restaurants and shops in five themed areas shape the exciting Knott’s experience. This spring, you can enjoy unique food and live entertainment at the Knott’s Boysenberry Festival, expanding to four weeks, March 29 to April 28. The 31-day food festival features over 75 one-of-a-kind boysenberry inspired dishes, drinks and more, plus foot-stompin’ entertainment, the Wine and Craft Brew Tasting Garden, and family fun everyone will love! Save up to 35%

Central Park Zoo
Will you be in the Big Apple this spring? Make time to visit the heart of New York City at the Central Park Zoo, mere steps away from Fifth Avenue and the picturesque Manhattan skyline. Have a stroll through the Central Park Zoo and visit their sea lions, grizzly bears exhibit and daily penguin feedings. Save 25%

Six Flags Great America – Chicago, IL
Be the first to ride Six Flags Great America’s legendary collection of world-class coasters on the park’s opening weekend on April 19-21. Grab a seat if you dare on the epic Goliath or BATMAN The Ride. The little kids will love rides in Hometown Park and Kidzopolis along with family favorites like JUSTICE LEAGUE Battle for Metropolis and Whizzer. Save over 35%

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
Discover frosty fun for the whole family. Disney’s Blizzard Beach features waterslides, raft rides and a one-acre wave pool. Zip down the slushy slopes of Mount Gushmore on one of the world’s tallest and fastest waterslides. Float down the tranquil river and relax with a good book on the white-sand beach. Take in the snow and ski theme while dipping into 80 degree water. Buy tickets now and save

By Jeff Hyatt

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