World Waterpark, Edmonton

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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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World Waterpark, Edmonton Reviews

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  • I guess one should appreciate the Wonder of this place: A huge water park with slides, wave pool, kiddie pool, water playground, and 2 hot tubs, all in doors while it's -20C outside. But the experience is marred by long lines for slides and even the hot tub! Compounding this is the random closure of slides, and you can expect to spend a lot of time waiting on the stairs. And then there's the extras: Zip lining, that's extra. Surfing? Extra. Even towels need a $3 deposit. It could be so much better with small management changes, as is it's just alright.

  • I have been coming here for I don't know maybe 20+ years and always have a great time! The wave pool is always great, this is the first time I've been here since they upgraded the kids area to the left when you enter and my kids had a BLAST! When we went to get some food (need more gluten friendly options, not because I'm a weirdo but because I have a family member allergic to wheat) I feel like an idiot for not being able to figure it out but need better instructions for the lockers... All it says is the scan your wristband and the locker will open; what it doesn't say is you have to get a different wrist band from the one you already have and scan it. Made me feel stupid until I saw many other people do it too.

  • This is a great water park with a lot of potential. Unfortunately we visited in the peak of winter holidays and was very busy. Lines where up to 40minutes. In a period of 5 hour we managed to go on 6 slides which due to the long waits. We had a heaps of fun but would recommend going at a less busy time of the year. Staff were mostly young teenagers who didn’t smile much and weren’t all that pleasant, however perhaps they were over worked and tired. Having said that there were some really friendly staff members. All round it was good fun just long long lines

  • My family has visited here twice and loved it both times. We had so much fun on all the slides and was overall very happy with our stay. The pop machine was great and so was the wave pool. The only bad thing was that there was to much chlorine so that it hurt our eyes but not enough to stop enjoying our stay.

  • Desperately needs some TLC. Fun way to spend a day, and is definitely a world class waterpark but far overpriced given how run down it is. It's too bad they aren't keeping up the maintenance to keep it at least looking appealing. Avoid the Blue Bullet - uneven seams, quite painful on the skin! Will not return unless some noticeable maintenance is done.

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