Bromley’s Thrill Zone Lowers Prices and Throws Parties
BROMLEY MOUNTAIN, Vermont ??вЂќ Bromley Mountain has simplified and lowered its Thrill Zone prices for Summer 2006, making it easier for families to chose and purchase the combination of tickets that’s just right for the whole family.
Last summer’s “Family Tuesdays” program, with its combination of low morning and all-day ride rates was a huge success. “This year we decided to extend the extremely low pricing previously available only on Tuesdays to the rest of the midweek days,” says Peter Dee, Bromley’s Marketing Director. “The Morning and All-Day Adventure Passes are now available Monday through Friday, non-holiday, for just $19 and $29.”
To keep “Family Tuesdays” special, all Tuesday Adventure Pass purchases will come with a free ice cream, and Pony Rides will be available for just one ticket per ride.
The popular “Vermont Family Fun Days” are also coming back, on Saturday & Sunday, June 17th and 18th, with the lowest prices of the season. On that weekend, the Morning Adventure Pass is just $12 and the All-Day Pass is only $19.
Birthday Parties are also new at the Thrill Zone. Party rates are $20 per child, which includes a morning adventure pass (10:30 am – 1:00 pm with unlimited use of all rides) followed by cake and ice cream. Guests can also combine the morning adventure pass with the full party luncheon with choice of soda, chicken & fries, or soda and pizza for $25 per child. Either choice includes cake and ice cream. Reservations are required and there is a minimum of six children. For more information and to reserve a party call 802-824-5522.
Don’t forget, too, that the Thrill Zone boasts a full season of FREE weekend entertainment. Check bromley.com for the full lineup, and get ready to party on the Sun Deck with the roots-rock sounds of the Lustre Kings and the bluegrass of the Bondville Boys; the VINS Birds of Prey Program, Tom Joyce the Magic Man, ventriloquist Sylvia Markson’s Magic Trunk show and the wacky Radio Disney crew all return for kids’ entertainment.
The Thrill Zone, on Route 30, six miles east of Manchester, VT, opens for the season on Memorial Day Weekend. Motor sports fans should check out Bromley’s Pro-Quad race car on Saturday, May 27 and head back on Sunday, May 28 for the VINS Birds of Prey Program and Opening Weekend Barbecue. For a full list of pricing, events schedule, information on group sales, directions and more, visit bromley.com.