There is no entrance fee, you buy tickets and each ride requires 1 - 2 tickets. Fortunately, the two ticket rides are ones my girls avoid, so we get a little more bang for our $1.25. If you buy just one book of tickets, it is a bit pricey, but if you buy multiple books, you get a free book so here is my tip. Buy multiple books. They make GREAT birthday gifts for anyone who has kids with in 20 minutes of Concord. I know I struggle with what to get the 5 year old who has every Lego set on earth.
A few days ago we went with some friends. The kids had a BLAST!!
Up up and away!!! The height limit is 40 inches to ride alone, so Emma (2) got to go with her big brother.
As you can see, this place isn't that crowded if you are there during the week. I have no idea why. It is such a fun place. They have a tea cup ride, and a small roller coaster too. This time they also had a girl doing the fancy face painting.
For all of my Bay Area natives, what are your Pixie Playland memories?