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Victorian Gardens, New York City

(3.7/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • My daughter gets so excited when we tell her we are going to Victorian Gardens. It truly is a gem having such a sweet amusement park for kids smack in the middle of Manhattan. It used to be such a tre...  more »
  • It is over priced but a nice amusement park for small children. I love the fact that parents can ride with their children. I recommend you go on a weekday early to enjoy the place with less crowd. 
  • This playground is within the central Park! In the vicinity of the 5th ave with the 60st. And he's surrounded, then you pay for the toys or pay $ 25 to walk qtas times as you want. Are some 12 toys! Well worth going with the kids! They loved it! And it's an amusement park right in the middle of the city! Has toys for children from 2 to 10 years, some they can go it alone, other adult accompanying. Will depend on the toy and the size of the child.
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  • This is a very convenient little amusement park inside Central Park. It's not inexpensive, and everything is Trump branded, but the kids have a great time. Anything that will keep kids outside and entertained is a win. There isn't much shade outside, so be prepared with sunscreen and water. There's an indoor area (it's a skating rink in the wintertime, it's the try-on and skate rental area) that has some food and arcade style games and some small cafeteria tables.
  • Clearly untrained staff member physically picked up my 2yo daughter in his arms without my permission and placed her in line, because she haf walked 2 feet outside the line. Absolutely unacceptable behavior. They will not present you with pricing options at the gate. If you simply say "two, please" they will immediately charge you the most expensive package--more than $50 a person! I got to pay full price for my daughter because she barely made the height limit with shoes on. While I expected no leniency and paid promptly, she was still refused rides once inside because she DIDN'T make the height limit I minutes ago got to pay for. While I still pointed to her bracelet indicating she made the height limit at the gate, I was simply confronted with "it doesn't matter". Other than the lack of professionalism theres no hint of shade whatsoever. If you have to go don't go on a hot day.
  • Generally great for young kids (not fit for teenagers), but overwhelmingly costly. Setting is amazing. Accompanying adults can enjoy part of the rides, and they do have some larger seats for that. What's really annoying is that the ice skating rink says "Trump" all over it, the water is also "Trump mineral water" and the food is also very expensive. Tip: go close to opening time and enjoy less lines.
  • I just don't understand why there is an admission fee for kids if you're going to pay for the unlimited rides. Oh and I was surprised and upset with the lack of….. actually with the no security. No one bothered to check my bag.
  • Pricey (accompanying adults had to pay $9/each), but with unlimited pass (~$21) kids had a blast. Money well spent!