I-X Indoor Amusement Park Kicks Off 30th Anniversary Season This Weekend

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The I-X Indoor Amusement Park is back this weekend to tide you over until fair season hits Ohio this summer and Cedar Point opens its doors in May. Kicking off Friday, the annual tradition celebrates its 30th anniversary with a host of new rides (some more thrilling than others), performances and attractions running through April 22.

Staring at 11 a.m. opening day, attendees can explore acres of the thankfully indoor space, doing things like ride the permanent Ferris Wheel, play carnival games and dig into those never healthy, but oh-so-tasty fair food offerings



While a variety of discounts are available, do note that attending the park is going to cost you. General admission tickets run $25 at the door, with kids less than 48-inches getting a $3 discount from that price. Anyone older than 60 gets in for free on weekdays and for $11 on weekends. Kids under 3 though are completely free, so that's nice. Also, don't forget to bring cash for parking, which will run you $10.

The park is closed Monday and Tuesdays. Find all other pertinent information right here.



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