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Story Land, Glen
(4.4/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web)
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. See Story Land and all Bartlett has to offer by arranging your trip with our Bartlett trip itinerary maker.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Geared towards younger kids, storyland worked well with my 5 year old. Staff was nice and all the rides felt safe. We would go back if we were in the area again. 
  • fun for kids. very busy. Food was average. The chowder was served cold we had to send it back to the kitchen. their "famous" pumpkin pancake were disapointing 
  • This is a great place to go with your family, wholesome fun at a time when kids are being forced to grow up too quickly and no electronics! Our daughter loves tea time with Cinderella and riding her c...  more »
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  • We were really looking forward our vacation in NH mainly to go to the Story Land. We were not disappointed , it was as awesome as everybody is saying. Everyone with kids needs to visit Story Land at least once. It is a wonderful place for children and adults too. So much fun and have to say its the most welcoming site we have ever been to, the staff are friendly, the facilities are amazing, the entertainment is outstanding! We feel so good to have this experience and make memories here with or family. Can't wait until next year!
  • Best park I have been to for families with children under 12 with the exception of Disney World. They had 2 roller coasters, a flume ride, and plenty of other rides that some may consider mild thrill rides...I considered them really fun and perfect for us. I read a lot of negative reviews about the staffing. I didn't have any problems with the staff when we went. In fact some of the attendants at the rides were really fun, and interacted with the kids as they stood in line, giving out high fives and helping add to the experience. Lots of great family rides. Can't wait to go back next year.
  • Good for young kids. Pleasant staff, plenty to do. Older kids and teens will have limited options. Roller coasters available for very young kids and elementary school kids are great introductory coasters long before they're ready for the big, fast ones at other places. Typical food for this kind of place. Free parking available, reasonable season pass pricing.
  • Buy the tickets online first or you'll be in line for awhile even if getting there before they open :) We lucked out on our first trip and was able to get in quickly with our pre-printed tickets. And bring extra clothes AND swimming attire. They're gonna want to get in splash pad like areas aside from some of the rides. I would say for toddlers there are still plenty to do! There will be a lot of walking for sure but the park offers a lot for all age groups. This place is very big so prepare in advance with extra clothes, towels (some rides you'll get drenched) and water. There is one roller coaster really geared towards older kids and adults but overall it was great fun for the whole family. The train ride (free), the pumpkin ride (free) to the castle and general aesthetics of the park was a great experience. Definitely worth the trip if you're coming from far away. Plenty of places to eat, accessible bathrooms and while it's not exactly a cheap trip I do feel the experience is definitely worth it. I believe the only way to get a regular discount is using the Fun Pass booklet.
  • Wonderful amusement park suitable for ages up to 12 or so. Clean, generally well-maintained, very family friendly amusement park with a focus on younger children. I've been going to Story Land with my kids for about 13 years now. Sadly, I think we're on the verge of aging out of the park. Free parking, you can bring in a picnic, very polite & helpful staff. The food in the park is generally a good value and the quality is acceptable. Bathrooms are scrupulously clean. There are family/unisex restrooms. There are also very nice nursing rooms if moms want a quiet place to breastfeed an infant. It's a full day park and if the weather is iffy the crowds evaporate. Get a poncho, have a dry set of clothes to change into afterwards, and have a blast with no lines for any attraction. If it's hot, there are water features, misting tents, and shady spots. For the youngest kids there's a very cute story book section of the park and a sandbox. Every year or so seems to bring in a new attraction. Some of the older attractions show their age, though.