If you’re looking for a quick rush in adrenaline levels then nothing can be as good as a visit to an amazing amusement park. The USA has lots of theme parks which are among the top attractions on Holidays. There are amazing rides, events, food & fun, visiting these theme parks with your family or friends leaves a good memory behind to cherish time spent well.
So, if you are looking for some best adult theme parks in the USA, Here we’ve shortlisted the top 10 amazing theme parks in the USA that you must try visiting in this holidays.
1. Disneyland California Adventure in Anaheim, California
Entry Ticket: $97
This park was originally envisioned as a tribute to the surrounding state, and it yet contains a tribute to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Southern California piers, and Northern California’s movie industry. The California Adventure is more like the inventory for Disney’s Star Wars, Pixar, and Marvel properties. This park is a combination of both adults as well as kids’ thrill rides. Adult Foods and beverages are readily available here, typically during the festive seasons of the park, which makes both the parent adult and the childless adult feel easy within the park premises.
2. Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California
Entry Ticket: $85
If you can recall the “Vacations” films of back in 1983 or 2015, then you will certainly identify this park as the summer destination of the Griswold family’s/white whale, Wally World. The main part of the park is embellished with Looney Tunes characters and DC Comics, especially for children and a treasury of thrilling rides for all age-groups. However, the giant coaster rides are strictly restricted to those riders with a subpar height. Overall, the Six Flags Magic Mountain is what draws the attention of a high school kid on his/her summer vacation to college students to the other adults, who come here to enjoy the 19 roller coasters, the 30 flat-screen televisions, the dance parties at night, booze at the Full Throttle Sports Bar, dueling pianos, and many more things!
3. Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio
Entry Ticket: $72
This park has 17 roller coasters, immediately next to Six Flags Magic Mountain. Plus, a number of amenities are available here for the adults. The bar and beer-and-barbecue tasting event facilities are there inside the park premises, in its historic Breakers hotel as well as in its Shores waterpark. A number of rides followed by live musical events, a wide array of delicious cuisines for the thrill-seeking adults, the picturesque view of Lake Erie from the top of Cedar’s highest roller coaster makes the place even more enthralling for the adult visitors.
4. Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Entry Ticket: $80
It has a number of thrilling rides and roller coasters. But the main attraction here, to most visitors, are the Southern cooking (fried chicken sandwiches, ham and beans, and full sit-down dinners), musical revues, barbecue and bluegrass festivals, country music, and what, not more! The place is more than just some sort of theme park where you get to enjoy a couple of cheap thrills and fair food.
5. Universal Studios in Los Angeles
Entry Ticket: $119
Are you a fully-grown individual looking for somewhere with Hog’s Head Pub from Harry Pot or Moe’s Tavern from “The Simpsons”? The little things here such as drinking Fire Whiskey or Flaming Moe take the edge off of the aging adults out of this place. No, not kidding…the “Jaws” and “Back to the Future” rides have already become extinct in recent years, while the “Jurassic Park” ride is now being left extinct by another replacement of it; “Jurassic World”.
6. Disney Springs in Orlando, Florida
Entry Ticket: Free
Disney does not mind seeing the adults around and has made sure to come up with more adult-centric entertainment throughout its premises. From 1989 to 2008, the park had a separate section solely for adults in the World of Walt Disney, Pleasure Island, which included comedy clubs, nightclubs, and the New Year’s Eve celebration at night that completed with a full showdown of colorful fireworks. The children will also find great fun in Disney Springs as they have hot air balloon flights, ride the carousel, bowl, play interactive Star Wars games, and toy train games to enjoy. However, that does not change the primary theme of the park, i.e., it is still an adult playground. Grab a vintage cocktail at Indiana Jones’ pal Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, or Morimoto Asia’s beer and sushi, or Belgian lambic of The Edison, or you can just enjoy having a nightcap at Enzo’s Hideaway, or prosecco while dining at Maria & Enzo’s. One thing is for sure that the place is no dearth of things and activities to enjoy.
7. HersheyPark in Hershey, Pennsylvania
Entry Ticket: $67
This park includes 15 water slides and 13 roller coasters to choose from. Other than that, it has a number of other enthralling rides to experience. The unique thing about this park is that it has an 11-acre zoo. The other attractions include a 23-acre garden, an arcade, a Hershey museum, and other relevant hotel properties that include the Hotel Hershey or the Hershey Lodge. Added to that, there is a Yuengling beer garden for the adults to enjoy themselves.
8. Downtown Disney in Anaheim, California
Entry Ticket: Free
This Disney park decided to establish a Disneyland of its own; a Downtown Disney, which is a less hidden and miniaturized version of Disney Springs. The shops, restaurants, Star Wars game, and bowling, all are there, however, the forthcoming addition of a Black Craft beer-and-burger followed by a Ballast Point brewery shows that the park is going to serve as the Disney Springs alike.
9. Epcot in Orlando, Florida
Entry Ticket: $123
You must be hitting into the most adult-specific park if you are paying this much for entry to an adult theme park. The global pavilion Epcot is a one-stop theme park for fully grown-ups as it features food and beverages taken from a minimum of 11 famous spots across the world. The Food & Wine Festival at Epcot in the late summers and fall open up a wider scope of opportunities for the adults to try more treats and booze.
10. Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles, and Orlando, Florida
Entry Ticket: Free
This is home to many alluring restaurants and Cafe shops, some of which are 6Emeril’s, Johnny Rocket’s, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, and the Hard Rock Cafe, along with some fast-food delicacies including Taco Bell and Pink’s Hot Dogs. The City Walk is built aimed at the visitors to stick around for some while and attract people who don’t like paying for admission or for enjoying the rides. If you are one of those adults who wants to end the day at a piano bar or nightclub, by watching a movie or going straight to the food stall, shops, or booze up a bit, then Universal City Walk is the entertainment district you were seeking for.