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Pullen Park, Raleigh, is increasing its prices from this date

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Pullen Park in Raleigh is increasing the prices of its attractions like the carousel, train and children’s boats.

Established in 1887, Pullen Park, covering 66.4 acres, was North Carolina’s first public park and the fifth oldest operating amusement park in the country. Return Tuesdays for $5 to these North Carolina movie theaters This site is known for offering families a space to rent boats, ride the carousel, swim, watch plays, sign up for art workshops, and more.

In order to use the attractions, the purchase of tickets is required. The last time prices went up was in 2018 when these attractions went from $1 to $1.50. How much will Raleigh’s Pullen Park tickets cost per person with the price increase? However, as already seen on this park’s website, as of this Tuesday, tickets to Raleigh’s Pullen Park attractions have already gone up and are now $2. On the other hand, pedal boats went from $6 to $7 for 30-minute rentals. The good news is that if you already had tickets, they are still valid for the attractions.

In addition, due to staff shortages due to the pandemic, the park’s opening hours have recently changed: Train: daily, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tue 2:00 p.m. Carousel: Daily, 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Children’s boats: On certain days and hours. Park authorities ask that you check activity availability and their schedules by calling 919-996-6472 beginning at 10:30 a.m. Remember that ticket sales end 15 minutes before each ride. Pullen Park is located at 408 Ashe Ave.

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