Story Land in Glen, NH
A Visit to Story Land a Great Amusement Park in New Hampshire
As you enter the park there is the traditional photo opp with Humpty Dumpty. I have a picture in a photo album somewhere of me and my brother sitting next to this Humpty Dumpty when we were little. My kids get a kick out of it every time we come across it, knowing that Mommy and Uncle were there way back when too.
After the Humpty Dumpty stop, there are several houses and play areas for the kids to run through. Including a Pumpkin, the Old Woman in the Shoe, the Three Bears house, Granny’s Cottage, and more.
After the kids have settled down a bit from exploring the play areas, we head through the Story Book Animals area and take a ride on Alice’s Tea Cups.
Before taking a ride on a pumpkin coach up the hill to visit Lilly’s favorite princess, Cinderella!
After we get our princess fix, it’s time for some rides!
Anthony’s favorite ride one of their newer attractions, the Roar-o-Saurus roller coaster. Aidan also likes this area of the park because he can dig for dinosaur bones before the ride.
Lilly’s favorite ride is the Story Land Queen, these are little electric swan boats that the kids get to ride around a pond.
Aidan’s favorite ride is the Splash Battle: Pharaoh’s Reign. The kids always have a blast trying to get us adults wet as we stand by the fence watching.
When it’s just too hot on a summer day they have the best place to cool off for us parents. While we sit in and relax for a bit, the kids still get to run around and have fun while they shoot balls at each other and have some science fun, in the Loopy Lab.
After cooling off and recouping, we take on some more rides and let the kids get wet in the water park area.
On our way out we always stop to get the kids the best Hawaiian Shaved Ice I have ever tasted, and some delicious fudge for the ride home.
Taking a ride on a pumpkin carriage to Cinderella’s Castle, sitting with Humpty Dumpty, visiting Mother Goose and all the fun in between makes my memories from Story Land in Glen, NH are so dear.If you’re planning a trip family trip to the White Mountain Valley area, Story Land is a must see! Take the time to make those magical memories with your little ones.
While in the White Mountain region I also recommend visiting the Mount Washington Cog Railway and Santa’s Village. If you are in the mountains during the winter be sure to check out the Ice Castles in Lincoln, NH.
Visit Story Land in Glen, New Hampshire
Glen, NH 03838
Story Land Discount Available!
Disclosure: We received free passes to help facilitate this post. All opinions are 100% my own.