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Opening Day at Kings Dominion is March 28,2020 ---Check out Kings Dominion Military Discount Offers & Attractions for 2020!

10 March 2020 by

**Important update: Due to recent health concerns with Coronavirus, Kings Dominion will delay their opening day to April 4th.  Stay tuned for any further updates**

What's in Store at Kings Dominion for 2020----Four Seasons of Fun, Attractions & Military Discounts!  We've got the highlights for you.

It'll be a great season at Kings Dominion with lots of fantastic attractions and the third season of WinterFest.  Opening Day is March 28, 2020 with a limited schedule.  Check out the highlights of what's in store for 2020!

What's in Store at Kings Dominion for 2020

New area coming in 2020--Coconut Shores.  Coconut Shores has been redesigned providing the perfect place for families to cool down and have fun. Kids of all ages can explore their way to the top of Lighthouse Landing, a 45-ft tall multi-level aqua play structure featuring hundreds of interactive elements for a splashtastic time. The little ones can find their own piece of paradise at Sand Dune Lagoon, a 3,000 square foot wave pool with playful 1-foot tall waves and interactive splash elements. And, a new dining experience showcasing a variety of flavors designed by our executive chef will bring families together for a relaxing meal.

Twisted Timbers--In its third year!

A Wooden Coaster with a Twist of Steel.  Steel and wood combine forces to bring you our newest rollercoaster – Twisted Timbers. This hybrid coaster is the first of its kind in the mid-Atlantic and uses the latest technology to combine wood supports and steel track to give riders an experience that is impossible on a traditional wooden coaster.  Twisted Timbers sits at the edge of Candy Apple Grove and gives riders a one-of-a-kind experience. Plummet down a 109-foot-tall barrel roll drop, through two more inversions and soaring over 20 airtime hills at speeds of 54 miles per hour. Hold on tight, because this is a ride with a twist… this is Twisted Timbers.

Get into the holiday spirit with Kings Dominion WinterFest--In its second year!

Kings Dominion will be magically transformed into a winter wonderland full of enchantment and holiday cheer! Become immersed in the season's spirit with spectacular holiday lights and decor, world-class live entertainment, savory treats and fanciful experiences throughout the park.

New Military Discounts At Kings Dominion For 2020


Save on admission to Kings Dominion in 2020 as a member of the military!  Valid on any one day ticket.  The park opens up March 30, 2020 and stays open to the public through November 1, 2020. **Not valid for separately tickets events such as WinterFest, concerts or park buyouts, unless indicated.

$39.99 online offer plus applicable taxes & fees. *click tickets--military discounts.  Online only. 

2020 MILITARY GOLD PASS--The best deal!

Save as a member of the military!  Enjoy unlimited visits and FREE parking to Kings Dominion in 2020 including Soak City, Halloween Hunt and WinterFest.  Your Gold Pass includes free parking, exclusive events, discounts and inclusion in our new PassPerks program

$84.00 plus applicable taxes & fees. *click tickets--military discounts to purchase.  Online only. 

**To Purchase Military Discounted Season Passes Please Visit Your MWR/ITT Offices**  New discounts will be added throughout the season.

MILITARY APPRECIATION DAYS FOR 2020---Kings Dominion offered a Military Appreciation Day last Memorial Day, stay tuned for details about 2020.

Kings Dominion Pre-School Pass is a must if you have a child ages 3-5

Fun for all ages! The Kings Dominion Pre-K Pass grants complimentary admission to children ages 3 to 5 years old for the entire 2020 season, including Soak City Waterpark, Grand Carnivale, the Great Pumpkin Fest and WinterFest. But hurry! It's only available for a limited time.

Step 1: Register your child online for their free Pre-K Pass by June 14, 2020.

Step 2: Bring your child to the park to activate their Pre-K Pass by July 5, 2020. Your child must be present and proof of age (original or copy of birth certificate or travel passport) will be required.

Step 3: Buy a Season Pass for Mom and/or Dad and have fun with the whole family.

Renewing Pre-K Passholders: New for 2020, existing Pre-K Passholders may renew their pass online as long as they are 3-5 years old on the date their pass is renewed. Once the renewal process is complete online, your child's existing Pre-K Pass is valid for the 2020 season.


Other Attractions at Kings Dominion

Prepare to feel the presence that will make your senses come alive with excitement - a presence that goes beyond breathtaking views, beyond hair-raising adventures, beyond the awesome power of Anacondas and Grizzlies -- the presence of Dominion.  From the moment you enter, enchantment begins and the fun never ends. 

Rides & Attractions

At Kings Dominion, there are rides for everyone from thrill-seekers to families.  If speed and adventure are for you, there's our THRILL RIDES like The all-new Delirium and of course the daring Intimidator 305.  Don't miss them.  If slower speeds are for you, the FAMILY RIDES like the Carousel or Blue Ridge Tollway will be perfect.  

Planet Snoopy

The world's most popular beagle and his friends' welcome kids of all ages! Featuring Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, and Sally, Planet Snoopy is sure to thrill little riders as they fly, whirl, dive and swoop their day through the park!

Soak City

Come explore the coolest way to beat the heat this summer at Soak City at Kings Dominion.  Soak City is one of the premier waterparks in the region and features water activities for guests of all ages, including water slides, rushing rivers, surfable waves and a 650,000-gallon wave pool.  Best of all, Soak City is included FREE with park admission to Kings Dominion.


Live Entertainment    

Kings Dominion's thrills don't end with the rides.  Our live entertainment is amazing too!  There's something for everyone in the family. 

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