It's a common question, How much will a day at Worlds of Fun cost? We have put together this page to assist guests in planning their day at the park. Please be aware that prices change frequently and prices below may not reflect the most current price.
Worlds of Fun accepts cash and Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card, sorry no American Express. Worlds of Fun will accept your personal checks with two forms of ID for the purchase of tickets, and will also cash personal checks at Guest Relations for amounts up $75. Checks are not accepted at any other location in the park. ATM's are located for your convenience just outside the gates to the park, as well as near Vittle Griddle in Americana.
Regular Parking at the park is $10 for a single vehicle. Vehicles that take up multiple spaces are charged $15 for parking.
Admission Prices are listed below for the 2008 season. Please note that the age for free admission has been lowered from three to two starting with the 2005 Season.
Children age 2 and under are always admitted free to Worlds of Fun.
2008 SEASON PASSPORTS
Season Passports for 2008 are now on sale! In 2008, the structure for the Season Pass has changed (again) so please read this carefully.
A Regular Season Pass in 2008 will provide admission to Worlds of Fun only and will not include admission to any other parks.
A Gold Season Pass for 2008 will also provide admission to Worlds of Fun only similar to the Regular Season Pass. Added benifits include special discounts, admission to exclusive Gold Pass Events and early admission on certain days.
A Platinum Season Pass for 2008 will provide admission to Worlds of Fun AND Oceans of Fun. It will also include admission to any of the other twelve Cedar Fair parks and all five additional Cedar Fair waterparks.
As far as Dining at Worlds of Fun visitors have two choices. Either eat inside the park, or eat outside the park. If you do decide to eat outside the park visitors have two options. Visitors from the Kansas City might consider the possibilities of bringing your own picnic lunch, since park food is very expensive (see below). If you do decide to bring your own lunch or dinner be advised that you will not be allowed to bring any outside food or beverages into the park. There are several shaded picnic areas located throughout the parking lots, one is located between lots C and D. As well as there are also picnic tables between Lots D and E.
A second option would be to head outside the park. There is a Wendy’s and Waffle House directly outside the park on Parvin Road. Another possibility is in Claycomo, only two minutes down the road. Claycomo includes several fast food restaurants including Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and McDonalds. For your convenience we have directions posted on this web site, but also remember to collect your receipt for parking and to have your hand stamped on exiting the park.
If you do decide to eat inside the park come prepared to spend about $10+ per meal for an adult or $6-7 a meal approximatly for a child. Also an important note, don't be intimidated by the indoor restaurants, two out of the three (Blue Bronco and All-Stars) are in reality only going to cost about the same per person and provide you with many more (and better) food choices the the typical hamburger counter.
Souvenirs at Worlds of Fun can range anywhere from $2.95 to $16.95 and up. Starting from the bottom these are some of the perenial favorites of souvenirs. A key chain or another small momento will usually cost about $2.95. A photo of you on one of your favorite rides (Viking Voyager, Orient Express, Boomerang or Mamba) will cost you about $7.00. A hat will usually cost anywhere from $8.95 to $12.95. The all time favorite of souvenirs is the t-shirt, which at Worlds of Fun will run you about $12.95 to $16.95. Time has taught us that for cheap souvenirs you might want to try Odds and Ends, a clearance souvenir shop located on Beat Street right behind the RipCord.
Worlds of Fun has many places for you to try your luck or take a break from screaming. The two largest game outlets are in Americana (Game Street U.S.A.) and in Africa (Casbah Games). Games of chance cost usually between $2 and $3 a pop. For a little bit cheaper gaming experience Worlds of Fun has many arcades for your gaming pleasure.
Three attractions at Worlds of Fun cost extra to ride or participate; the new Rock climbing tower, The Grand Prix Race Way and RipCord. Prices for each attraction are listed below:
If you accidentally forget something, Worlds of Fun does sell several items that you may find convenient, including cameras, film, aspirin, ponchos and suntan lotion. Worlds of Fun also does rent strollers, wheelchairs and electric scooters. Prices are listed below.