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What are the requirements for Dorney Park admission?

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The Dorney Park admission requirements vary based on age and height. Children aged 2 and younger do not require an admission ticket to enter the park; children aged 3 and up who are less than 48 inches tall are eligible to purchase a junior ticket, but ride options are limited for those under that height. Everyone over 48 inches tall, regardless of age, must purchase a regular admission ticket.

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During the summer season, admission tickets are good for both Dorney Park and the neighboring Wildwater Kingdom. In all other seasons, admission includes Dorney Park only. The park also offers annual pass options, which also include both parks.

Guests are not allowed to bring in outside food or drinks, except for one sealed water bottle per person. The only exception to this rule is baby food or baby bottles, which must be checked in at the front gate before being allowed into the park.

Dorney Park is in the Philadelphia area and offers rides and attractions for the whole family. There are roller coasters and thrill rides for the older members and Planet Snoopy for the younger. Family rides offer fun for guests of all ages. Other attractions include live shows and characters roaming throughout the park.

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