World Waterpark, Edmonton

World Waterpark, Edmonton - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 8882 170 Street, Edmonton, AB T5T 4V4, Canada

Phone: +1-7804445300

Ticket Price: 39 CAD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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About World Waterpark, Edmonton

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 Information

  • 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.

World Waterpark Ticket Prices

  • 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 by Public Transport

  • 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

Restaurants Near World Waterpark

  • Old Spaghetti Factory
  • The Red Piano
  • Cactus Club Cafe

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  • I think this was one of the best indoor water parks EVER!😗the slides are unique and my friends and family enjoyed It. But I do have a couple of issues... 1.the floor of the pool is kind of uncomfortable 2.the food is a little hard (but great price!) 3. It's very expensive about $50-60 I was lucky enough that my dad works at a place where he could get the tickets for a cheaper price.

  • I've loved this water park from the first time I stepped foot in it over 28 years ago. I'm disappointed in the new pricing. They charged me a general admission of $50 for my 6 year old and my 8 year old. When I asked why they were charging the adult rate this is what I was told. They are over 48" tall and can ride all of the slides. First of all my 8 year old wants nothing to do with 5 of the slides in the water park which eliminates me from those slides. The other problem we ran into is my 6 year old was 48" tall according to the measuring line were you pay. And was under all of the measuring signs in the water park so I had to contest every water slide operator that had a height restriction. The other problem I have with this is they not only have height restrictions, one slide for sure has a weight restriction my boys would not make the weight. So in closing these water slides are becoming less and less affordable for the common family. $200 for a family of 4 which just gets you in the door. They tell you the pop is free. What if you don't give pop to your children and drink it yourself. I don't think giving away something as unhealthy as pop is a positive thing. I suggest that the water park does something to attract the common family in Alberta. I.e. family pricing for family's with younger children.

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  • Went for 3rd visit. Fun time for kids and adults. Great slides. Food is OK, lots of room for improvement. Free unlimited pop which is great. Water temperature would be nice if a little warmer, too cold for little ones. The wave pool floor needs to be maintenance, its getting really bad. If they can also add more double tubes for Sun Runner slide. Moreover, in the family room, not all shower working well. Few are warm and rest is too cold. The entrance too the shower room is too cold as well. Some rooms for improvement.

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  • We come here every year or so, and always gave a great time. We bring our children and nephews, and it's just right for families with younger children. A little more cleaning would make it a five star review!

  • Good price for entry, but nickle and dime you for everything once you are in. Kept up to date as i have been going here for last 15 years, slides are good, food price is great, if you want a cabana, they told me to book them 3 months in advance.... little crazy but hey, means they are doing something right! -1 for some way over priced items and for the fact that i needed to wear 3 wristbands AND have my ID with me once in to order drinks, for my locker, for entry and I am sure you need to get more for other things. Better system could be put in place. -1 for cleanliness, for the amount of staff, we could be picking up garbage and cups lying around and making sure people shower...so on. Overall, better then the average water park and would reco and return!

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