Steel Pier Amusement ParkCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
- Address: 1000 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ NJ 08401, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: 609-3454893
- Ticket Price: 1 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Amusement Park, Pier, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Rides
Steel Pier Amusement Park - Review
Just right across the Taj Mahal casino lies one of the most favourite amusement parks of New Jersey! Set in the corner of Donald Trump’s empire, the Steel Pier Amusement Park is the location of the famous high-diving horse that had plunged into the Atlantic. Whilst walking along the Boardwalk, take a detour and dive into one of the many rides and food stalls to experience a true American fair.
Steel Pier Amusement Park Ticket Prices
- Single Tickets : $1.00
- 35 Ticket Book with coupons : $30.00
- 80 Ticket Book with coupons : $60.00
- 200 Ticket Book with coupons : $120.00
- Wristband Day - Every Thursday : 42" and Under - $30.00 and Over 42" - $40.00
- Unlimited Rides : Some restrictions may apply
Steel Pier Amusement Park Hours
- Palm Sunday and Easter Weekends : Thursday - Sunday 11am to 11pm
- Palm Saturday : April 12th (kiddie rides only) - 12 Noon - 7 PM
- Palm Sunday : April 13th (kiddie rides only) - 12 Noon - 7 PM
- April 14th-18th : Closed (Due To Construction)
Restaurants Near Steel Pier Amusement Park
- Royal Albert Palace (Asian fusion)
- Robert's Steakhouse
- The Rim Noodle Bar (Asian cuisine)
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Things to Know Before Visiting Steel Pier Amusement Park
48.71% of people who visit Atlantic City include Steel Pier Amusement Park in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
57.38% of people start their Steel Pier Amusement Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Steel Pier Amusement Park
77.05% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Steel Pier Amusement Park
Steel Pier Amusement Park Trips
Steel Pier Amusement Park, Atlantic City Reviews
Steel Pier is really fun. There is a good mix of rides for all ages but its best for kids under 42 inches. There is a bar in the back of the pier which makes for good adult fun. The ticket packages are affordable. It is incredibly well lit as well as being directly across from the new Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Highly recommended!
Right on the boardwalk is this wonderful place. My children loved playing the games, although they are very pricey. Be prepared to spend a lot of money here. Giant Ferris wheel in the middle of it all is my favorite part of Steel Pier. Lit up at night and is over looking the ocean. Just beautiful. Cotton candy, ice cream, salt water taffy, and of course funnel cakes are available at multiple vendors. Lemonade stands and several souvenir places as well. Much to do here!!
It's...okay. There are a few rides for young children and the same for the older kids. The Ferris Wheel is a separate cost. Rides require tickets. I purchased 80 tickets for approximately $60. There is a 'Sling Shot' type ride, separate cost. There is also a helicopter ride, which takes off from the end of the pier. All rides are based on the child's height...shorter, must be with an adult, taller, may ride alone. Not very clean. I noticed metal items with rust. It did not appear to be unsafe. Kids won't notice, they'll just have fun riding the same things over and over and over again. Average rides require five (5) tickets.
Yasss! Great place for kids and the family. Great cotton candy and candy apples. The food is pretty good to. The park entry I found kinda high tho. I recommend getting the individual tickets depending on the size of your party. They have a cool race track that you don't need your license for which is cool. Definitely a place to check out if your in the NJ area.
With Atlantic City not having very much entertainment for families it's nice to at least still have Steel Pier with it's history over the years from the diving horses of decades ago to the rides they have now. It did seem like they have gotten rid of some they had 5 or 6 years ago when we were last here, rides my kids used to enjoy and now wanted to bring my grandchildren on but maybe we are confusing them with someplace else. The family who operates the rides are a real nice couple with a lot of good employees.