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Edaville Family Theme Park, Carver

3.9
#2 of 10 in Theme Parks in Massachusetts
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  • We just took our family there and couldn't believe what a wonderful Park this is for kids and adults . Dino Land was having its third birthday and the big dinosaurs in the woods wore birthday hats, ve...  more »
  • I have been planning this trip for awhile. I have been in the past, but returning to the park has definitely had some upgrades. My kids love this park the main reason is because they love Thomas the t...  more »
  • We came to the opening weekend of Thomasland 2 years ago, but our youngest is now 5 and wanted to come again before he's out of Thomas... In 2 years, Edaville has made a lot of enhancements to the Tho...  more »
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  • Thanks Edaville for the great time. Our family literally had 5 hours of fun. Great staff and rides for all ages. My teenage daughter had a blast riding all the kiddie rides with her young siblings. What I thought would be a mediocre park has now become a place I cant wait to return to. Would highly recommend if you have young kids because the park caters to those in the 2 to 10 age range. But my teenage daughter still had a great time.
  • It's a great family place and a generally nice atmosphere. Very clean and nicely done up. They have a good amount of rides, though they are more kid oriented. Overall worth the price and I definitely will be returning. My boyfriend, who grew up around the old Edaville thought they did a great job of keeping their old theme alive while incorporating new things and making it even nicer.
  • We loved this place. It is designed for kids ages 7 and under. This theme park is not a large amusement park like Six Flags. It is specifically designed for younger children and it delivers. Our son loved it. Thomasland is well done and new. Our son loved seeing his favorite characters come to life and he spent the entire day here. The employees were super nice and welcoming. You can bring in your own food and drink which is great for families. Definitely a great experience for younger children. We will definitely visit again.
  • Lots of fun for kids of all ages but focused on small children. We had a great time here. Everyone is so friendly. Don't h Eat here unless you have to. It's really expensive. $40 for 3 hamburgers and sodas...
  • Wonderful park and experience for a four year old toddler who is a Thomas and train fanatic. I took away some stars because I believe certain rides should be scheduled. It is hard to have a toddler wait for over an hour ride which is two minutes long. This is primarily a park for younger children and I think scheduling rides for the rides prone to long lines should be considered. Food service was horrible. Not sure if they were short staffed, but there was no available food ready and only two cooks and one prep person in the back. Mind you this was Memorial Day. I waited in line for an hour and probably another 20 minutes for the sandwiches to be made. The smart thing to do is to take your own lunch or maybe leave the park and purchase food outside and take it in. There are many picnic areas. The long food court wait and the long wait for the Winston ride caused half our time there to be used up. My son didn't get to go on everything but he enjoyed it.