Theme Parks – What’s New This Season

Adventure City               (714) 236-9300
$19.95 general admission with unlimited rides. Kids (under 12 mos) free with paid adult; seniors (ages 55 and over), $15.95. AAA discount available for up to six regular-price admissions per card. Free parking. 1238 S. Beach Blvd., Anaheim.
Castle Park – 3500 Polk St., Riverside. (951) 785-3000.
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure            (714) 781-4565
New this year: Pixar Pier premieres June 23, featuring the new Incredicoaster, four new imaginative neighborhoods (inspired by “The Incredibles,” “Toy Story,” “Inside Out,” and a collection of Pixar stories), newly themed attractions, entertainment, Pixar characters, and more. Plus, a new float adds superhero fun to the parade, featuring characters from “The Incredibles.” 1313 Disneyland Drive, Anaheim.
Knotts Berry Farm             (714) 220-5200
New this year: Opening Summer of 2018, HangTime, the first dive coaster on the West Coast. 8039 Beach Blvd., Buena Park.
Legoland            (760) 918-5346
New this year: Dive underwater on Lego City: Deep Sea Adventure submarine ride. You’ll see real sea creatures mixed with LEGO fish, divers and a shipwreck. One Legoland Drive, Carlsbad.
SeaWorld           (619) 222-4SEA
Seven Seas Food Festival, through April 15. Electric Ocean, bioluminescent lighting, music and entertainment, select dates through June 16 – September 3. New this summer, Elmo starring in an all-new Sesame Street Parade in the spring, weekends in May and June. 500 SeaWorld Drive, San Diego.
Six Flags Magic Mountain         (661) 255-4111
New this summer: CraZanity will reach speeds up to 75-miles-per-hour, as it whips back and forth, higher and higher giving riders a staggering view of the world below them. 26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy., Valencia.
Universal Studios Hollywood              (800) UNIVERSAL
New this summer: Kung Fu Panda: The Emperor’s Quest takes guests on an all-new multi-sensory adventure. 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City.