Tickets to Fun
Discounted Tickets to Wisconsin Attractions and Six Flags Great America
Stop by the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Office to purchase tickets April 30, 2021 through August 31, 2021 or while supplies last. Discounted tickets are made possible by the Wisconsin Parks and Recreation Association to participating member organizations.
Milwaukee County Zoo
As one of the country's finest zoological attractions, the Milwaukee County Zoo will educate, entertain, and inspire you.
Season: Open year-round. Tickets expire on December 31, 2021.
Adult Ticket Gate Price: $16.75, Our Price: $12.25, Customer Saves: $4.50
Child Ticket Gate Price: $13.75, Our Price: $10.25, Customer Saves: $3.50
Child Age for Tickets: Ages 3 – 12
Any Tickets that are FREE: Age 2 and under
Mt. Olympus Theme & Water Park
The ultimate Dells adventure offering an outdoor water park and theme park. 7 go-kart tracks, 2 lazy rivers, wave pools with 9 foot waves, amusement rides, and much more!
Season: May 28, 2021 - September 6, 2021
Ticket Gate Price: $15.00, Our Price: $5.75, Customer Saves: $9.25
Any Tickets that are FREE: 2 and under free
Noah's Ark Waterpark
Excitement for the whole family at America’s Largest Waterpark. Enjoy fun in the sun with world-class thrill rides, wave pool, lazy river, kids areas & fantastic food options.
Season: May 29, 2021 - September 6, 2021
Adult Ticket Gate Price: $39.99, Our Price: $29.99, Customer Saves: $10.00
Child Tickets not available
Child Age for Tickets: Under 48" tall
Any Tickets that are FREE: Children under 36"
Six Flags Great America
Daily ticket valid any day during the 2021 park operating season. Not valid for private events. Ticket is valid for theme park only and does not include Hurricane Harbor Chicago or Hurricane Harbor Rockford. Electronic tickets only, date/time of arrival requested at checkout.
Season: April 24, 2021 – December 31, 2021
Adult Ticket Gate Price: $83.19, Our Price: $48.25, Customer Saves: $32.94
Any Tickets that are FREE: Age 2 and under are free!
The kiosk project is through a partnership with the Parks Department, & is located along the section of the Green Circle trail between Pfiffner & Bukolt. The area will feature recycling tips, waste reduction, reuse ideas, & backyard composting info. Additional Information