For families with young children or even those who are simply young at heart, Kings Island’s Planet Snoopy is the perfect place to spend the day. Voted “Best Kids’ Area in the World” 18 consecutive years by Amusement Today, Planet Snoopy features an elaborate collection of PEANUTS-themed family rides and attractions, including kiddie rides specifically designed for children. And if you have children less than 48 inches tall, it would likely get your vote too.
If interactive experiences are more your family’s speed, Planet Snoopy hosts a live stage show and meet-and-greet opportunities with your favorite pals from PEANUTS TV shows and comic strips – Snap a picture of your little ones meeting Charlie Brown and Snoopy for the first time.
Planet Snoopy is also where you will find Kings Island’s famous blue ice cream. It’s a must-experience part of visiting the park and has become multi-generational. Parents who grew up eating it now share it with their own children; grandparents who had it with their children continue to enjoy it with their grandkids. Enjoying a blue ice cream together is often the best part of the day with every visit to Kings Island.
For families that function best first thing in the morning, you can enjoy select attractions in Planet Snoopy 30 minutes before the park opens every public operating day with a 2019 Gold Season Pass.
Planet Snoopy is just one of the many reasons to have a Gold Season Pass. Join in the fun and thrills this season with a Gold Season Pass for as low as five easy payments of $18. Hurry! The Gold Pass price goes up May 28.
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