Galaxyland, located within the West Edmonton Mall is the world’s second largest indoor amusement park. It is a fun place to visit for the whole family with rides of various types for all ages. Those who dare must ride on the world’s tallest and longest indoor roller coaster, the Mindbender or the world’s tallest indoor tower ride, the Space Shot. The rides are divided by level of difficulty into beginner, intermediate and advanced going from fun to daredevil levels of enthusiasm required to ride them. There are numerous arcade games, a racetrack and everything you would expect from an amusement park. Galaxyland is guaranteed to be fun, exciting and memorable!
- Minimum and/or maximum height restrictions apply to all rides.
- Carry-on articles are not permitted on rides.
- Please remove all loose items from clothing prior to boarding.
- Storage lockers are available for rent.
- Restrooms are wheelchair-accessible.
- Children must be supervised and accompanied by an adult.
- Under 48 inches tall-$33.00.
- Entry is free for children under two years.
- Seniors (55+)-$35.00, Guests with disabilities-$27.00.
- Twilight Pass (last 3 hours prior to closing)-$28.00.
- Timings Vary Daily.
- Other Ticket Prices: Under 48 inches tall-$33.00.
- Ets Bus Routes –1,2,4,14,23,33,98,100,101,102,103,106,107,109,110,111,112,113,115,117,122,126,129,133
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71.31% of people who visit Edmonton include Galaxyland in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
73.8% of people start their Galaxyland visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Galaxyland
66.77% of people prefer walking in order to reach Galaxyland
A great indoor theme park experience. I'm a fan of most of the rides but the ones I'm not a fan of are just personal preference rather than actual fault in the ride. The facility is pretty old now though and while they do their best to keep it nice, you can't help but feel the age of the place. Although overall, it's a really fun time
Wonderful experience with my kids but super expensive for a family of four. We went on a Friday when school was in (took the kids out of school) and spent 5 hours there. There was basically no wait for any ride and we all had a riot! I would say make a full day of it and it's worth the money.
I was glad to re visit Galaxyland again for the first time in 7 years, still a great place. Only complaint I have is the expansion of the arcade- people can go to any old arcade to play video games, people come to Galaxyland for the rides. Seemed like a cheaper option to fill the space where the ship used to be.
It's a fun place to go for the kids mostly all the rides were open this time we went which was good. My only complaint is that my five year old had to have a parent on most of the rides when his sister is 13 and quite capable of taking him they wouldn't let him go without me. I had a small baby so wasn't able to leave her while I went on the rides this made it very inconvenient and a lot less fun for my son.
It's a great place to bring your kids. Rides for anybody of all ages. But my one problem is that on the medium size roller coaster my daughter got jerked so hard she hit her nose and blacked both of her eyes then had her head jerked into the head rest both at the end of the ride. Overall had a great experience though.