Fun Theme Parks in Los Angeles

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Theme Parks in Los Angeles

There are four major theme parks in Los Angeles welcoming tourists from across the world into magical worlds of make-believe and adrenaline rush. From Disneyland to Hollywood Universal Studios, theme (Read More) parks in Los Angeles are flanked with mascots and offer thrilling rides, interactive games, aquatic parks and picnic gardens. Some parks have hotels with quirky themes of fictional characters.

Here is the list of 6 Fun Theme Parks in Los Angeles

1. Universal Studios Hollywood LA

Universal Studios Hollywood LA
4.5 /5

Universal Studios Hollywood is a film studio and theme park in Universal City County island, California. About 70% of the park lies in Universal City, and the rest portion lies on the city borders of Los Angeles. Originally, it was established to offer tours of the exclusive Universal Studios sets. Most importantly, it is the foremost studio theme park among many full-fledged Universal Studios Theme Parks operating throughout the globe. It is one of the historic and renowned Hollywood Film Studios operating today.

Hours : Mon to Fri from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. and Sat to Sun from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Admission : One-day pass at $84 per adult, and 
76 per child (3 years or below)
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

2. Disneyland LA

Disneyland LA
5.0 /5

Disneyland is a renowned amusement park & recreational destination in Anaheim, California. It lies around half an hour southeast of Los Angeles. Disneyland is a major attraction with global fame that offers fun for the whole family. There are two parks situated at the site. There is the traditional Disneyland Park and the California Adventure Park as well. You can enjoy all the magic and fun that you contemplate from Disney.

Admission : 1-Day Disneyland Hopper Tier-1 Ticket: For ages 3-9 - $153, For adults - $159;
Tier-2: For ages 3-9 - $163, For adults- $169;
Tier-3: For ages 3-9 - $172, For adults - $179;
Tier-4: For ages 3-9 - $187, For adults - $194; Tier-5: For ages 3-9 - $201, For adults - $209;
(Valid for 1-day entry in both parks)
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

3. Six Flags Magic Mountain

Six Flags Magic Mountain
4.5 /5

Six Flags Magic Mountain is a theme park in the Valencia neighborhood of Santa Clarita, California. This 262-acre theme park was earlier known as just Magic Mountain. It is around 35 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. The park started its operations in May 1971. It was a development of the Newhall Land and Farming Company and the Sea World Incorporation. Today, it has around 19 top-notch roller coasters and over 100 rides.

Admission : One-day tickets: Adult - $92.99, Child - $59.99 (Valid for any day of the running year, Some attractions may cost additional)
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

4. Knott's Berry Farm

Knott's Berry Farm
5.0 /5

Knott's Berry Farm is a world-famous theme park in Buena Park in California. This place was once a small roadside berry stand & Chicken dinner restaurant that has grown today into a much popular theme park in Southern California. The Cedar Fair Entertainment Company owns and operates Knott's Berry Farm.

Kids-friendly : Yes
Family-friendly : Yes
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Timings : Closes at 6 P.M. daily ( except during Halloween haunt)
Single Day Admission : Regular - Online: $55 (plus taxes applicable) & Gate: $89; Jr/Sr - Online: $49 (plus taxes applicable) & Gate: $59

5. Legoland California Resort

Legoland California Resort
5.0 /5

The Legoland California Resort is a theme park & miniature park in Carlsbad, California. This park is based on the popular Lego toy brand. It is situated 30 minutes distant from San Diego and one hour far from Anaheim. It is an interactive destination offering an amazing theme park experience for the whole family, including children from ages 2 to 12 years. This park features above 58 rides, several shows, & other attractions. This resort homes the Sea Life Aquarium and the world's first Legoland Water Park.

Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
One day Admission : For adults - $95.99 and For Children - $89.99 (second-day upgrade at $30) (prices are subject to change without notice)
SeaLife tickets - $30

6. Pacific Park

Pacific Park
4.5 /5

Pacific Park is an oceanfront amusement park in Santa Monica, California. The park is situated on the Santa Monica Pier that lies directly opposite the Pacific Ocean. This park has around twelve rides counting upon the fun-filled roller coaster that circles most of the park's area and the world's foremost and solitary solar-powered Ferris wheel. Also, there are restaurants & other games on site. Pacific Park is the only amusement park on the West Coast of the United States lying on a pier and the only admission-free park in Los Angeles. EPR properties own this park & it is operated by Premier Parks, LLC.

Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Family Friendly : Yes
Kids friendly : Yes
Entry : free
Hours : Mon to Thu from 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. & Fri to Sun from 11 A.M. to 7 P.M. (Hours of operations vary as per season)

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