A great place to spend time indoors especially for families with kids with a host of exciting rides and water play activities! The World Waterpark is located within the West Edmonton Mall. It is the world’s second largest indoor water park and also boasts the world’s largest indoor wave pool. The enormous waterpark can host up to 5000 guests at a time. The Blue Thunder Wave Pool, the Twister & the Cyclone are the most popular rides in the park. There are also numerous other slides and rides for varying age groups of kids and adults. There are two bars located within the waterpark, the Pina Colada and Beachview Bar, both of which serve drinks and refreshments. There are also food stalls selling burgers, hotdogs and fries.
World Waterpark Travel Tips
- One can visit the water park on a trip to the mall however it is ideal to schedule time accordingly.
- Tubes and lifejackets can be rented at Sharky's Supply Shack.
- Kids should be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- Only proper swim attire may be worn. Denim shorts, belts and wetsuits are not permitted.
- Restrooms are wheelchair-accessible.
- Minimum height restrictions apply to some slides.
Entrance Ticket Details For World Waterpark
- Aged 3 to 10 years: $33.00
- Aged 2 and under: FREE
- Seniors (55+): $35.00
- Guests with disabilities: $27.00
- Twilight Pass (last 3 hours prior to closing): $28.00
- Weekday Value Pass: $25.00
How to Reach World Waterpark
- 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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65.55% of people who visit Edmonton include World Waterpark in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
67.12% of people start their World Waterpark visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see World Waterpark
80.83% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting World Waterpark
World Waterpark Reviews & Ratings
Great experience in general. Great wave pool and hot tub. Most slides with a long line. Might be better if avoid weekends. Locker price is pretty high as $8 for a small box just enough for my backpack.
Went for toddler time with my wife and two young ones. Ticket price for the 4 of us was pretty reasonable compared to regular price, the trade off being limited hours during the week. Locker price is pretty high; $8 for a medium which is pretty small and $12 for a large which isn't that big although the multiple wristbands for the locker and unlimited re-entry was nice. Charging $1 per 60 seconds for the bathing suit dryer seems a bit ridiculous considering this is a standard offering for free at most rec centers and helps keep water off the floor. If you go, bring as little stuff as possible and plan to have a wet bag or wring out your stuff near a drain before packing up
Great place for swimming, cabling, sliding on water. Every time we visit this place, we had fun and great memories. Its better to come in the opening time on weekdays 12:00pm. Price is much cheaper for families specially when you have young kids. Highly recommended to all water lover.
Bit pricy, but my family had a great time. Lots of places for toddlers to enjoy as well. We spent more than 5 hours. What can I say more! Tips: bring your own towels to save money ($3/ea non refundable). They rent life jackets for various sizes, including toddlers for free. Toddler special price is only effective between Mon~Thu, after 12pm noon.
This is a great place to go! The water slides are very fast and fun! The only problem is that some things are very overpriced. For example lockers cost 8 dollars for a medium locker and 12 dollars for a large locker. You also have to pay for the swimsuit dryer. Overall a great place but it’s pretty overpriced.