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10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Frocks and Finds
a month ago
Como Park In St. Paul has been a family favorite for generations. Many a visit has started with Como Town fun rides for the kids, a picnic lunch or grabbing something to eat from the vendors and onto visiting the animals. We always end our day with a walk through the conservatory to view the gorgeous plant life. You never disappoint Como Park, memories were made that we all hold dear.
I have done this now for the last two years and have taken my grandsons and they love it and we all have a blast. Thanks and we will probably see you next year.
Fun! There were no lines that day and the kids had fun. A few of the rides we wanted to go on were closed.
I wish we had known there was a water element. I didn't see that listed in the groupon and we were not prepared and the kiddos got their clothing soaked and it was really frustrating.
perfect park for our kiddos (ages 4-7)! our visit wasn't too busy; foam parties were a blast; food was tasty!
Lots of fun. Long waits for some rides. Not an operator at each ride, so you had to wait until they ran first ride for 2-3 cycles, then they switched off to second ride for a few cycles.
It's always a great place to take the grandkids; easy to get to ; good price; also tour zoo and gardens. Only disappointing thing was two of the rides for older kids was not in use so they were a little limited.
My kids had a full day of riding on the rides and playing in the foam and water park. They have upped their game,
Had a fun time. Love the smaller adventure- we were able to do everything. Foam party was a hit!
Went in September. Some of the rides weren't operating, others rotated being open. Had a hard time finding rides for a nine year old that isn't very tall. She didn't want to go on the baby rides.
From Our Editors
Como Town is the amusement-park cousin of its neighbor, the (free) Como Park Zoo & Conservatory, as well as the other nearby attractions in the historical park. Rides have been available on the site since 1949, but the version of the 4-acre park you can visit today first opened in 2005—and has been adding new features ever since.
Kid-sized carnival: Classic, low-pressure attractions include bumper cars, spinning teacups, the swing ride, and the Como Town train. More fun activities such as face painting, caricatures, and games are also offered.
Thrill rides: Start slow with the Frog Hopper, a lift-and-drop ride more likely to elicit giggles than screams, then proceed to the tilt-a-whirl. From there, visitors are ready for the swinging pirate ship, the figure-eight Tiger Trax roller coaster, and the Soaring Eagle Zip Ride, which seats two at a time and offers panoramic views of Como Park from 85 feet up.
Interactive experiences: Kids can expend whatever remaining energy they have exploring Hodge Podge Park jungle gym or getting soaked in the Splash Zone water park. There are free kids’ foam parties every day!.