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Story Land, Bartlett

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Theme Park · Water / Amusement Park
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Starting off as storybook doll village in the 1950s, Story Land has grown into an amusement park with over 20 rides, numerous play areas, shows, and games for children. The theme of the park revolves around stories and fables and features characters such as Cinderella, the woman that lived in a shoe, and the three little pigs. Among other rides, you'll see a dinosaur-shaped rollercoaster, spinning turtle cabins, a barn that swirls off the ground, Cinderella's pumpkin ride, and numerous water adventures. A daily ticket includes unlimited use of all attractions and free parking. Make Story Land a centerpiece of your Bartlett vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Bartlett day trip site.
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  • We went during the Sensory Sensitive weekend. It was awesome. Kids were so much calmer without the constant noise/music blasting. Cinderella deserves a raise! She spent so much time with each child... 
    We went during the Sensory Sensitive weekend. It was awesome. Kids were so much calmer without the constant noise/music blasting. Cinderella deserves a raise! She spent so much time with each child...  more »
  • Great place. A few of the rides were closed which was disappointing as well as some of the food stands. Very expensive for food and drinks. The entire day was quite costly with admission and the... 
    Great place. A few of the rides were closed which was disappointing as well as some of the food stands. Very expensive for food and drinks. The entire day was quite costly with admission and the...  more »
  • Today was a bit chilly when we got to Story Land at 9:30. It is open on seasonal days now. The first three hours my granddaughter got to ride many of the rides multiple time where there were few... 
    Today was a bit chilly when we got to Story Land at 9:30. It is open on seasonal days now. The first three hours my granddaughter got to ride many of the rides multiple time where there were few...  more »
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  • We had an awesome day! I thought it would be boring but my daughter (6) and I had a great time, so much to do. We went to Disney last year and I'll tell you that it wasn't this exciting. Perfect for children between ages 3 - 10. If you have older kids that like to entertain their younger siblings I'm sure they'll like it to. I would highly recommend this place. Plenty of places to seat around for grandparents that want to tag along. Picnic areas and places to buy drinks, food and snacks. They literally have restrooms every corner you turn. Slushy was pretty good and so is the fry dough. It may be a good idea to buy the refillable cups. If you're thinking about visiting Storyland go for it, it is a great experience for the little ones.
  • So much fun, lots of stuff to do for all age groups. We have a 1.5 year old, a 4 year old and an 8 year old, and they all had a blast! We did too! I LOVE that they have so many misting tents through out the park to help with cool downs. Staff was all soooo friendly and seemed genuinely happy to be there. Wish there was more time in the day to have done every thing. Will definitely be back. Thinking of even getting season passes for next summer.
  • This is a fun place to take the kids for the day, rides are suitable for most children and the park seemed clean for the most part. The eating area can use a little more attention as majority of tables were dirty and trashes were full. The ride attendees were very friendly and when there wasn't anyone in line they would ask if we wanted to go again. Beware of the Turtle ride, pretty aggressive spinning 😳! Definitely will take the family here again !
  • I have been coming here for the past 25 years. My parents brought me and now I bring my daughter. They have updated the park since and all for the better (still have the classics like the geysers and Panda flume). Tons of food and drink options. There is a small water park area as well as a few water rides that you and the kids can get soaked in. I suggest wearing clothing that dries quickly, bringing extra clothes (I kept most in the car to change into after and brought in a pair of shorts and undies to swap off the little one to prevent chaffing). Wear good shoes (the whole of story land is very big. Lots of walking) that can also handle some water) or bring water shoes to wear while in the water areas. If you plan on going more than once or twice in a year, get the season pass. Then you get discounts on food, drink and merchandise as well. There is free parking. The lot across the street. There's underground walkway so you don't have to cross the street on foot. *Note* There is the new Living Shores aquarium next door. They share the parking lots. On certain season passes you also get a discounted entry to the aquarium, which is open all year long. Story land does close for the winter, early October this year.
  • Storyland was a 2 hour plus drive for me but found it magical. Watched my 8 and 3 year old grandchildren just relish stepping into the old favorite stories. Old lady who lived in the shoe was so kind to my grandson that he stopped crying when she spoke. Cinderella was lovely and so believably a princess. Plenty of places to rest for this grandmother and get cooled off in water areas. I completely forgot my age while shooting water cannons at my son in law!! Beautiful place, rides for all ages.

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