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Loud, crowded ripoff
June 2021 Crowded and very loud, and lots of trash on the ground. Expensive, but so is anything else in this area for kids entertainment, but even then it was not worth it. And we paid $45 for what...
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Haunted House was a blast!!
We loved the haunted house. My 8 yr old daughter loved that it was a ride. It's nice that this is priced separate from the park itself. 6 bucks a person is very reasonable and worth it. We rode twice...
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Mini rides for mini people
Our group Including 4 children 7 & under jumped into the indoor portion of Trimpers during a thunderstorm . The kids got to ride most of the rides and had a ball. My 5 stars are for the kind and...
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Trimper's Haunted House

Spring Hours
Inside Kiddie Rides opening on April 8 & 9 at 12pm
 
Summer Season:  June  
Open Weekdays (Monday - Friday)
Inside Rides: open at 1pm
Outside Rides: open at 3pm
 
Weekends
All rides open at 12pm
 
All times are subject to change. 
South 1st Street & Boardwalk , Ocean City, MD 21842
410-289-8617

Details

 Located at the heart of  America's oldest single-family run amusement park, the award winning Haunted House has been thrilling guests for over 50 years.  Trimper's famous dark ride a five-minute journey through optical illusions, other-worldly sensations and scenes of horror served with a pinch of humor.  

This boardwalk icon was designed by award winning amusement art Bill Tracy and constructed by Granville Trimper in 1964.  During the winter of 1988, Granville reimagined the ride-- adding a second story using track and stunts from a closed Tracy attraction -- making it one of the longest dark rides in the industry.  Like the town it calls home, the ride has seen many changes over the years.  Stunts have come and gone, replaced by the latest in scare effects to keep the ride fresh and exciting without losing it's signature style.  As write/filmmaker John Waters says "It is worth a visit to this town just to go on it." 
 
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