Trimper's Rides And Amusement Park, Ocean City

Trimper's Rides And Amusement Park, Ocean City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 700-730 S Atlantic Ave, Ocean City, MD 21842, United States

Phone: +1-4102898617

Ticket Price: 60 USD

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 01:00 pm - 11:59 pm Details

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About Trimper's Rides And Amusement Park, Ocean City

Who doesn’t love a carousel ride? Trimper’s Amusement Park has been providing this very joy to their guests for over 100 years now. This historic amusement park, known to have one of the oldest carousels in the country, has definitely changed over the years, but the element of fun is something they never compromise on. Bumper cars, merry-go-rounds, carnival cars, Ferris wheel, water boats and Wild West train, are just some of the highlights for children of this wonderland. You can also enter the magical world of Aladdin or be scared to your wit’s end at the Haunted House or lose yourself in Mirror Maze or board the Pirate’s ship. This place is a classic amusement park, blended with some thrilling new rides, that will definitely keep you excited.

Trimper's Rides And Amusement Park Information

  • Evening hours are not included in afternoon wristband special.
  • Afternoon wristbands are available in season (early June through Labor Day Weekend).
  • Wristband sales end one hour before wristbands expire.

Trimper's Rides And Amusement Park Ticket Prices

  • Given ticket price is for one person per ride.
  • Sheet of 40 tickets: 20 USD
  • Wristband: 26 USD

Trimper's Rides And Amusement Park Opening and Closing Hours

Given timings are for weekdays from June-August, for indoor rides.

Outdoor rides (June-August): 03:00 PM-12:00 AM

Weekend (June-August): 12:00 PM-12:00 AM

Weekend for indoor rides (April-May): 12:00 PM-12:00 AM

Indoor rides(September-October):

  • Weekdays: 01:00 PM-12:00 AM.
  • Weekends: 12:00 PM-12:00 AM.

November-March: N/A

Afternoon Wristband (June-August):

  • Weekday Hours: 01:00 PM to 06:00 PM.
  • Weekend Hours (Saturdays and Sundays): 12:00 PM to 05:00 PM.

How To reach Trimper's Rides And Amusement Park by Public Transport

  • Ocean City Transfer Point Bus Station

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  • My family had a great time here. It was the highlight of our trip. We came off season and we felt like we had the indoor park to ourselves. Tickets for the rides are $0.60 each. 40 tickets for $20 was more than enough for our daughter. You will use 3-6 tickets for individual rides. There are plenty from which to choose. The indoor rides are for toddlers and tykes 2-5 years old. Our daughter had a blast.

  • Ok, so the kids love this place. It's rides, what kid wouldn't? I despise it. Rides are on the ticket system, with ticket booths not always readily available. They're also expensive and don't always have the feel of clean or thoroughly inspected. They're basically permanent carnival rides that you will pay to much for. But you'll do it, because the kids will have s great time.

  • My son loves it here. Some great old rides and some pretty interesting ones too. My 4 year old loves the indoor rides which are for younger kids but for 20 dollars you get a lot of trips on every ride inside. The whip is his new favorite ride here. We come back every year for the value and the experience. If your kids are a little older they have some more extreme rides outside such as a roller coaster, pirate ship spinner and old favorites like the Himalaya. You also get a great carnival feel with little food booths set up and prize winning games. The recommended age for these rides are 7 and under for inside and up to 16 years old for the outside rides unless you like rides then adults will also enjoy some outside rides.

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  • Went there today with my two kids, 11 & 8. We didn't have to wait at all in long lines but that could be because we went after nine in the evening. They had fun and I enjoyed the few rides I got on too. It's obviously not a full fledged amusement park so you have to take that into account with regard to how many rides there actually are. There's something for everyone. However, let me explain my less than perfect rating. The baby rides (for kids about 5 and under) outnumbered the more thrilling rides which didn't benefit us. The more thrilling rides seemed fun, but if you're at that in between age where you're not quite daring enough to ride anything that goes upside down, then you're really only going to ride like three things. Granted you could ride your faves multiple times but it would feel like we were getting more bang for our buck if there were more options. But like I said my kids were happy when we left. When it comes to the prices I'd say I didn't like that the wrist band discount was limited to daytime only. We went at night and bought three sheets of tickets. Each sheet cost $20 and came with forty tickets. The more thrilling the ride, the more tickets they cost. The rollercoaster alone cost 10. Do the math.If your kids will be satisfied with riding just a few rides and you don't have a Brady Bunch, then it won't be too bad, but I still found it a little expensive.

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  • Our daughter's great grandmother rode the Fairy Whip when she was a child and it's still here at Trimper's along with the beautiful carousel, but anyone looking for more adventure will find great rides here, too. Lots of little kid rides are indoors and some outdoors, too. For big kids of all ages there's a roller coaster with a loop and plenty of exciting standard carnival rides. This institution is historical and well cared for at the same time. It's for us one of the main reasons to keep going back to Ocean City.

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