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Jolly Roger Amusement Park is spread out across two locations. The amusement park at the pier is home to a collection of traditional theme park rides, including a carousel, bumper cars, a Ferris wheel and roller coaster, among other thrills. Meanwhile, the 30th Street location sits about 10 minutes north of the boardwalk and is home to a water park, mini-golf courses and SpeedWorld, which offers go-karts and other racing-themed entertainment.

Reviews from recent visitors were mixed on whether or not the ticket price is worth the experience. Most think it's a great place for families with younger kids, especially the water park. If you're hoping to save a bit of coin, heed the advice of reviewers and ask your hotel if they offer discounted admission passes.

Park hours vary by location and attraction. In general, the park at the pier welcomes visitors from noon to 11 p.m. during the summer season. Prices vary by attraction. For access to the rides at the pier, expect to pay between $24.99 and $28.99 per person. To view an updated calendar and detailed ticket prices, check the park's website.

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