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Visitors with kids will enjoy this 20-acre amusement park, where children's literature reigns supreme. Storybook Land's rides are themed after classics like "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Dumbo" and admission grants you unlimited rides on all the attractions within the park. The park also has a cafeteria and a picnic area.

Most visitors say the park is best for toddlers and younger visitors, and travelers comment that they are always impressed with how clean the park is, how well-manicured the gardens are and the friendliness of the staff. Some note that the admission prices are on the high side but say if you plan to spend most of the day there you will get your money's worth.

You'll find Storybook Land about 12 miles northwest of Atlantic City; the best way to get there is via car. Admission costs $25.50 for visitors ages 2 to 64; discounts are available if you book in advance online. The park's hours vary by season, so check Storybook Land's website for details on the schedule.

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