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Dutch Wonderland is a 43-acre family amusement park with over 35 rides, Duke’s Lagoon water-play area, live entertainment, games and food. The Park is home to Princess Brooke, Duke the Dragon, the Knight of Safety, and Merlin.
HISTORY: Opened in 1963 by Earl Clark, the Park originally offered just four rides on 14 acres. Throughout the years, the Clark family added more rides and attractions. Hershey Entertainment & Resorts, which also owns Hersheypark, purchased the property in 2001. In November 2010, Palace Entertainment, a California based company, purchased Wonderland Amusement Management which includes Dutch Wonderland, Old Mill Stream Campground and other related properties from Hershey Entertainment & Resorts. Dutch Wonderland continues to enjoy growth and change, while keeping the unique charm and family focus established by the Clarks.
NEW IN 2016: Dutch Wonderland unveils two live shows hosted by Dutch Wonderland’s characters! Visit the Celebration Theatre for our new interactive show, A Royal Fiasco!, and help Princess Brooke and her friends plan a royal ball! The fun doesn’t stop at Celebration Theatre – come see Princess Brooke’s Kingdom Celebration, featuring Princess Brooke and your favorite characters! Watch them bring our Dutch Wonderful fantasy to life in a party for all the visiting royal subjects, young and old alike! Don’t forget to try out our new dining option, Bean Sprouts, located in the Mill Stream Eatery! Bean Sprouts features healthy food for kids and delights adults with a happier mealtime.
Here’s a sneak peek from a recent visit my family took to Dutch Wonderland! A full review is coming soon!