Story Land is located in Glen, New Hampshire, approximately 3 hours North of Boston and is a great day trip or weekend getaway when you have young children. It’s an awesome theme park that has great family-friendly rides and attractions, interactive shows, meet-and-greets with popular storybook characters (like tea with Cinderella), and more.
If you have kids, Story Land should be on your summer bucket list. It opens for the 2020 on May 23, and will be open on many dates throughout the summer and fall. We’ve been keeping an eye out for deals since ticket prices can add up quickly for a family. Thankfully, there are some ways you can score Story Land discount tickets and cut the cost of your visit.
Story Land Discount Tickets
A full-price day ticket to Story Land is regularly $36.99 at the gate for ages 3+. On certain Peak Days during the season, admission jumps up to $39.99. Children under 3 are free. Parking is free.
You can save $4 on admission tickets if you buy online in advance for $32.99 (+ service fee) and the ticket is good for any day of the 2020 operating season.
For those 60 and over, Story Land tickets are just $29.99 when ordered online or $33.99 at the gate.
If you’re a military member, you can enjoy discounted admission for $31.99. Make sure you have your military ID with you at the gate.
If you buy your full admission Story Land ticket during the last 3 hours of any day, you will receive a free pass to come back the next day or another day in the current season. The park opens at 9:30 am and closes at 5 PM on most operating days and 6PM in July & August.
There are also usually a few Smart Day tickets available directly through Story Land for less than $30 and for online purchase only on a few select days throughout the season. The 2020 Smart Days have not been announced yet at the time of this publication.
If you are visiting for multiple days, you could buy a two-day flex ticket for $59.98 which is valid for any two days during the 2020 season.
A basic season pass is $79.99 per person and a premium season pass is $99.99 if you are looking for longer or multiple visits. It pays for itself with just over 2 visits, so a good deal for if you go every year on vacation!
There’s also usually a season pass deal around Black Friday too, so make sure to keep an eye out for that.
In the past during late Fall, Story Land has offered a free preschool play pass for ages 3-5 to sign up for as well as discount tickets for season passes. If you are looking for future deals beyond the 2020 operating season, late Fall seems to be a sweet spot for Story Land deals for future visits. Just keep in mind that the free preschool pass goes fast, and the season pass deal is just for Black Friday weekend typically, so you’ll have to plan ahead and be quick.
It’s also a good idea to follow Story Land on Facebook as they may sometimes run flash sales and promotions on their social media page.
Luckily, there are a few discounts and deals for Story Land currently available through various companies.
Groupon sometimes has discount tickets to Story Land available, so always make sure to check there first before buying anywhere else.
Breathe NH also has a coupon book that includes a free pass to Story Land when you buy one adult admission. The book is $35, which is about the price of a single Story Land ticket, and this gets you two tickets. Additionally, the coupon book also contains deals for other attractions and things to do. For more information or to see all the discounts in the book, please head here.
There are a few other discounts available directly through Story Land on particular days this summer, like Father’s Day, and you can find the full schedule for discounts here.
If you are planning to stay for the weekend, some hotels may offer some discounts and coupons to Story Land, so make sure to look to see if nearby hotels offer anything comparable or better than the deals listed above.
Do you know of any promo codes, coupons, or discount tickets to Story Land in New Hampshire that we may have missed? Have you been to Story Land before? Share your tips by leaving a comment below.
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