La Ronde Amusement Park, Montreal

2.5
Established in 1967, La Ronde Amusement Park serves as the largest amusement park in Quebec. Most activities are included in the admission price, except for the sling shot and go karts, which cost extra. The park boasts more than 40 rides, ranging from kid-friendly attractions to rollercoasters. Take in the views from the Ferris wheel, visit the haunted house, or test your driving skills on the bumper cars. The park is open seasonally. Make La Ronde Amusement Park a centerpiece of your Montreal vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Montreal driving holiday planner .
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  • I loved my day spent in the round. I who am fond of amusement park and thrill I was served. The goliath was my favorite. -For which I do not put 5 it is the prohibition to enter water bottle and food inside the Park (already that the ticket is not given). A lot of leadership to make an attraction which is a pain but that's the price to pay when you go a weekend where it's still beautiful...
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  • We pay $ 140 our 2 day ticket, a ridiculous price, poor organization, queues for attraction of 2 h easily, I recommend strongly the fast pass, which is has a similarly high price, but despite it some very good attractions and a lot of strong feeling, but in an afternoon full power 3 attraction is pitiful, disappointed of Montreal on this one
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  • I've always liked the round but recent years with passports cheaper that a ticket a day and the book to invite a friend, the number of person is ridiculously high! I feel that the goal is really too much $$$ at the expense of the service, as many people as possible on the site so that they spend their dollars. Even the festival of fear with purchase of tickets and more more than 1 hour of waiting there, and I'm talking rain Sunday.
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  • Excellent amusement park for the entire family. There are rides for your toddler and your grandmother, low-risk and high-risk individuals. Each ride includes a description of thrill legal which is very helpful. Lots of options for food including healthy options; picnic benches available outside if you want to bring your own lunch. One-day pass is useless since it is about the same price to get a season pass. Lines to enter the park and for the rides can get long; it is better to go during the week and in the evenings.
  • Logistic could be improve to provide a better user experience. Maybe integrating new technologies to lower the requirements to wait for customer care or for the creation of the passport. Picture can be taken from cellphone in a web form and card can be sent by mail or pick up on site automatically via a machine that could scan a barcode and print the card. A mobile app could be useful to avoid waiting in line for a manege like with the flash pass. Mobile app could offer buy in to benefit lower wait time on demand or as a daily package or season package. Instead of waiting in line, there could be comfortable waiting zone around the place. With animation from staff disguise as character for children. Good luck with the modernizing! If you need help, I'm willing to provide assistance.
  • Always a fun time at La Ronde. Going during weekdays is the best as there are less tourists, people and families. Consider investing in their season pass + bottle deal if you're thinking of going at least twice this season. Comes with a neat little coupon pack (Netting 1 Bring-a-Friend per month, 20% off gift shop purchase of select merchandise as well as a 2-for-1 meal at one of the BBQ restaurants.) Else, I always recommend bringing a bottle water, a little backpack filled with a meal and snacks, sunscreen and a friend or something to entertain you while you queue for a ride.
  • We got season passes last year for crazy cheap and so did 20K other people. My teens love coming here although the line ups are quite long. You can't bring your own food and everything is so expensive. Plan to spend $30-40/person on food alone. A lot of good thrill rides though.
  • In a nutshell, not worth it. The only "good" rides are Orbit, Goliath, vampire and ednor. If you're willing to pay a lib extra 40$ then by all my means try the slingshot. Other than that, I found the other rides to be really average and definitely not worth the 40 minute average wait time, even for the infamous "monster" ride which always needs 2h+ The whole park is small and I think they should take down the older rides and replace them with six flag worthy rides. The entry fees are outrageous given that there are only 4 great rides and the eating experience is never good. Personally, I paid 70$ to get in 24$ for a slice of pizza, fried and a small drink. Unacceptable! Overall, it's better to take your kids there as LaRonde is more of an amusement park for younger folks. If you do try it however, don't go with high hopes.

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