An amusement park is one of the few places where screams are a positive thing, especially if that amusement park was designed by Edvard Munch. Take in less melancholy attractions with this Groupon.
$9 for an All-Access Amusement-Park Armband (Up to $18.75 Value)
Take unlimited spins on more than 30 family-friendly rides, including coasters, a carousel, a log flume, tilt-a-whirl, and antique cars.
Joyland Amusement Park
In 1973, Jimmy and Katie Dean signed the papers to purchase Joyland Amusement Park, which had fallen into neglect after first opening in the 1940s. They thoroughly revamped the 13 attractions the park had then, and Katie still helps manage the more than 30 kiddie, thrill, family, and water rides that send guests rolling, spinning, and splashing today. From the Skyride's gondolas that sail high overhead, families take in scenic vistas of an antique carousel, the speedy Galaxi coaster, and a log flume powered by Old Faithful’s underachieving brother. Joyland opens its gates from mid-March until early fall, closing in the winter months for rollercoaster-hibernation season.