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.
- 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.
- 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
- 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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85.25% 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
We rented one of these cabanas and best decision ever! We paid $125 for the whole day. Holds 6 to 8 people comfortably. You get towels, your own kiosk or server to order food and drinks. There are lockers to lock your stuff up on and a private washroom to use instead of taking the long hike back to the change room. Great location, right beside the wave pool. All in all, money well spent if your wanting to spend the day there.
The park was warm. Almost too warm for me but I like to be cooler. Comfortably warm for the rest of our party. Optional in and out privileges if you decide to grab food elsewhere. I wasn't able to take any shots or videos because they don't allow hand held actions cams even in the wave pool unless it's strapped on securely.
A lot of fun, the cabanas are clean and spacey, my little brother absolutely loved it. It is a bit pricey, 12$ for a large locker and 11$ to ride the zipline twice, but it is absolutely worth it. Even the food is really good, and although I can’t exactly vouch for the alcohol (as I haven’t tried it), definitely a great place to go for parties, or any normal outing. It’s my 3rd time visiting and every time has been a success with me.
Amazing indoor waterpark, probably one of the best things to do in Edmonton during the long, dark and cold winters. Lots of slides and a huge wave pool. The longest slides start at over 70 feet up in the air! Only negative is that the hot tubs are small and finding the slide you want can be confusing. There needs to be a better legend or map. But overall a very unique experience!
Some of the slides are crazy fast! Love the one that goes uphill. Wavepool had frequent waves which was nice! Free pop with price of admission was a very nice treat!