Went there over Christmas break 2012. The park was designed for younger kids (3-10 y.o.) in mind, so the selection of extreme/thrill rides is limited. Everyone had a great time. it wasn't fine tuned like a Disney property but still fun and activity packed. Some rides tended to be more low-tech than their Disney/Universal counterparts, almost like a mix of carnival and theme park attractions. Overall, the price was reasonable (found 2 for 1 park hopper coupons) and from talking to families on our plane ride home, a lot less crowded than Disneyland during the same time frame. Do look for deals and coupons from local fast food chains or Lego stores. They can save 30-40% off your admission.
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