Pennsylvania December 10, 2017
The Pennsylvania Amusement Park That Transforms Into A Winter Wonderland Every Year
As the cold air settles over PA, our favorite summer destinations close, leaving us with little but happy memories and anticipation of a new summer season. Until the holiday season, that is, when some of Pennsylvania’s favorite amusement parks transform into a spectacular winter wonderland. Like Dutch Wonderland, a must visit this Christmas season.
Discover the magic of the season at Dutch Wonderland's Annual Winter Wonderland Celebration this December.
Choo choo! Climb aboard the festively decorated train for a leisurely ride around the park, all decked out for the holidays. Of course, you'll have a slew of rides from which to choose as well, including...
The merry-go-round, bumper cars, sky fighter, and Sunoco Turnpike. That's just the beginning, too.
Stop for a visit and a photo with Santa. Then, check out some of the other activities planned for Winter Wonderland. Watch the Royal Light Show set to music. Listen to Storytime with Princess Brooke. And, meet your favorite Royal Friends.
What's a trip to Dutch Wonderland without some of your favorite treats? The Potato Patch, Merlin's Buffet, Candy Cane Cafe, and Auntie Anne's are among the eateries scheduled to be open during Winter Wonderland.
Tickets cost $13.99 at Dutch Wonderland and $11.99 online. Kids two years and younger are free.
Winter Wonderland welcomes guests from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Saturday in December. The park is open on Sundays through December 17 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Or, stop by December 26-29 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
2249 Lincoln Highway
Lancaster, PA 17602
Click here for more information.
Spend a lovely evening at this winter wonderland in Pennsylvania. And, for more another truly jaw dropping experience, drive through
Shady Brook Farm for its light show.