One Weekday Pass for Four or a One-Year Family Membership to Fairyland (Up to 51% Off)


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In a Nutshell

Wander into a fantasy realm filled with fairytale-inspired attractions, rides, and a theater featuring America's longest-running puppet show

The Fine Print

Expiration varies. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 add'l as gift. Limit 1 per family per visit. Weekday passes valid M-F only, not valid 4/11, 5/26, 5/30 (or when closed due to weather or other unforeseen events.) Weekday passes not valid during weekends, holidays, Jamboree, or Winterland. May not be combined with other offers. Yearly membership must be activated by 4/30/14. Post-expiration amount paid for Groupon may only be applied toward same package purchased (weekday pass or yearly membership); not valid for gift store credit or refreshments. New memberships only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Fairytales teach children valuable lessons, such as how you should never eat a witch's gingerbread house until you've at least thrown out your bread. Wander into storybooks with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $16 for one family weekday pass for four ($32 value)
  • $49 for one 1-year family membership for two adults and three kids ($99 value)

Children's Fairyland

In 1950, a man named Arthur Navlet paired with a local architect to design America's first storybook theme park—a park that ignited children's imaginations, filled with fairytale-inspired play areas and friendly animals. That park became Children's Fairyland, where all a kid needs to do is pass through The Old Lady in the Shoe's house to enter a fantastical place steeped in creativity and joy.

Today, that boot serves as a gate to 10 acres packed with 40 themed storybook sets such as Peter Rabbit’s Garden and a tunnel through Alice's famous Wonderland. The 60-year-old Jolly Trolly weaves through the grounds, more tales unfold at performance spaces such as the long-running Storybook Puppet Theater, where Muppets luminary Frank Oz once performed in his younger years. With every attraction, ride, and show, the non-profit park stays true to Navlet's original vision of building a realm where children can "create, imagine, play, and learn" before school teachers make them memorize all the fairytale characters' boring family trees.


92% of 318 customers

  • “Good place for kids, they enjoy and have fun.”

  • “Great place! Good variety of things to do, my daughter had an amazing time.”

  • “it is the perfect place for 3,4,5 year old grandson who is almost 4 couldn't get enough of it .. it was so much family fun!”

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    Oakland, California 94610


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