7 Best Family-Friendly Amusement Parks in the U.S.

LEGOLAND: LEGOLAND in Southern California adds up to a full day of fun for the whole family. The park has ten designed areas, with themes ranging from Dinosaur Island to Space Mountain. Each area is full of things to do, rides, and picture ops.

Disneyland Park: There is magic for the whole family at Disneyland, which is still a magical place for family fun that always delivers. Disney's interactive attractions, like the famous Pirates of the Caribbean boat, set the bar for theming that can't be beat.

Sesame Place: Sesame Place is a 14-acre children's fun park about thirty minutes northeast of Philadelphia. It's where the cute dolls from Sesame Street come to life. Elmo, Big Bird, and Cookie Monster are just a few of the many animal kids' shows and movies.

Disney s Animal Kingdom: Animal Kingdom, Disney's newest theme park at Walt Disney World (open since 1998), has been a family favorite for years and is now the second biggest theme park in the world, after Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey.

Santa s Village Azoosment Park: At Santa's Village Azoosment Park, which honors the kindest man in the world all year, you can feel the joy and warmth of Christmas in the summer. The park added its nineteenth ride with the Wildcat Roller Coaste

Indiana Beach Amusement Resort: LThere are so many family-friendly things to do at Indiana Beach Amusement Resort that it would be impossible to choose just one. Families go to the park for its huge water park and dozens of rides that are easy for kids to get on.

Victorian Gardens: The young people who go to the Victorian Gardens feel like they are in a show instead of the busy city that is just beyond the trees in Central Park.. The park is centrally located on Wollman Rink (used as an ice skating rink in the winter months).