The souvenir photos each measure 3-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. They appear to be in mint condition as pictured. Below here, for reference, is some additional information on the Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park:
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Location: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Owner: Palace Entertainment
Area: 48 acres
Rides: 34 total with 2 roller coasters and 6 water rides
Slogan: ''A Kingdom for Kids''
Dutch Wonderland is a 48 acre amusement park just east of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, appealing primarily to families with small children. The park's theme is a ''Kingdom for Kids''. The entrance to the park has a real stone castle faŤade, which was built by Earl Clark, a potato farmer, before he opened the park in 1963.
The Clark family sold Dutch Wonderland in 2001 to Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company. They also operate Wonderland Mini Golf, and Old Mill Stream Campground at the same location and the Gift Shop at Kitchen Kettle Village, in nearby Intercourse. On November 12, 2010, Hershey Entertainment announced that they sold Dutch Wonderland to Palace Entertainment. Fernando Eiroa, Palace Entertainment President and CEO, commented, ''We are very proud of the integration of a leading park like Dutch Wonderland within our group. We are fully aware of the unique position that Dutch Wonderland holds within its community and we will be doing everything to enhance the Dutch Wonderland brand, while keeping the special family appeal of the park.''
Today, the park has 34 rides, plus a tropical themed interactive water play area called Duke's Lagoon. The park also has an extended season, open for ''Happy Hauntings'' and ''Dutch Winter Wonderland'' events for Halloween and Christmas. The park is part of a larger area in Lancaster zoned for entertainment, dining, lodging, and conferences.
Dutch Wonderland features 34 rides, a water park called Duke's Lagoon (named for a purple dragon costumed character), along with shows and games for children. In addition to Duke the dragon, the park also features costumed characters Princess Brooke, and the Knight.
Current roller coasters
Dutch Wonderland has two operating rollercoasters.
Kingdom Coaster 1992
A wooden rollercoaster, the first coaster ever built by Custom Coasters International. Uses a single Philadelphia Toboggan Company train with buzz bars. The park's monorail runs through the structure of the ride. The ride was once painted white, and is currently painted blue. It was named the Sky Princess until the 2007 season.
A steel ''Big Dipper'' style rollercoaster, manufactured by Chance Rides. It sits where the Flying Trapeze once stood, in front of the Kingdom Coaster. Chance's prototype Big Dipper Coaster.
Kingdom Coaster and Log Flume
Astroliner - an older space simulator that was added to the park in 1978, built by Wisdom Manufacturing
Bumper Cars - a classic Lusse bumper car ride
Capital Blue Cross Monorail - visible from outside the park
Dragon's Lair - a one of a kind boat ride, visible from outside the park
Dukes Dozers- a kiddie ride where children ride in bulldozers, moved from Hersheypark where it was called Earthmovers
Dutch Wonder House - a rare ''haunted swing'' ride, where the entire house revolves around the riders, an extremely disorienting effect
Double Splash Flume - a double drop log flume (the lower drop at the beginning of the ride, the higher drop at the end) with characters and a mist tunnel
Wiggle Racers - A ride appealing to small children where self propelled scooters race around a track that includes a maze and a cave. This ride replaced the miniature train display which had replaced the indoor miniature circus display.
Lady Gay Riverboat - a short cruise around a man made island
Sky Ride - the last station to station sky ride in the state
VR Voyager - a newer style motion simulator
Wonder Whip - a kiddie whip ride moved from Hersheypark, formerly called Wells Cargo
Turtle Whirl - classic tilt a whirl ride with a turtle theme purchased from Clementon Lake Park.
The Twister - a family ride moved from Hersheypark (1978 - 2008)
Old 99 - a train ride that went around a track by itself (1974 - 2002)
Swan train ride - Only existed for a few years.
Original Iron Horse Train - replaced in 1970s for CP Huntington #123. CP Huntington #206 was added in 1984.
Giant Slide - Replaced with two portable slides.
Thomas and Friends Live at Dutch Wonderland - a new show based on Thomas the Tank Engine
Bubba Bear and the Badlands Band - a Sally produced theater show
The Adventures of the Frog Prince - a high dive show
A Dragon's Tale - a high dive show
Storytime Corner- Princess of Dutch Wonderland and the Dutch Wonderland Knight read stories to children
Dukes Dance Party- Duke The Dragon and his friends dance to songs such as the Chicken Dance, Limbo, Hula and more.
The Wonderers - Strolling horn band that plays and entertains guests while making excellent music.
Beyond the Castle Walls - based on the children's book of the same name, Beyond the Castle Walls tells the story of Princess Brooke's global adventures.