A Mt. Olympus all day summer park ticket is one holiday gift that's sure to make them scream. (Tickets Valid 5/25/2015 thru 9/07/2015)

Stay And Tickets Always Free!  Keep in mind you can upgrade your tickets towards an overnight stay at Mt Olympus Resorts. With this you receive free access to all of our parks on the day of check in & also the day of check out. For 2015 all resort guest also receive 3 hours of exclusive ride time when the parks close to the general public. We will discount your room rate for the cost of your tickets. Please call 800-800-4997

 

Get your Mt. Olympus Park Tickets for only $15.00

 

Buy them online today!

 

limited quantities available. regular admission $45.00 + tax.

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Featuring five hair-raising rollercoasters, including Hades 360 with an upside-down 360-degree roll and a 65-degree drop, 8 go-kart tracks, 44 steep and slippery slides, Poseidon’s Rage Surf Pool – with waves up to 9 feet tall, kiddie play areas, bumper boats,  and more! There is something for everyone. 200 acres of theme park and water park fun! Located in Wisconsin Dells, the water park capital of the world! 

 

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Don't miss out on Mt. Olympus' after summer ticket blowout!

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Purchase your after summer park tickets online or at the gate for only $10.00!

Limited quantities available. Offer ends September 14,  2014 at midnight! Regular admission $45.00 + tax.

 

The Parthenon Indoor Theme Park is packed to the columns with go-karts, bumper cars and even twirling tea cups, you won’t find a bigger variety of fun things to do under one roof anywhere else in the Dells! Medusa’s Indoor Water Park has your choice of adventure or where serenity awaits you. Take the thrilling plunge down a 10-story waterslide or relax in one of our steamy whirlpools.

Take a break from the waterslides and head over to the outdoor theme park to dry off! You’ll enter a world of five electrifying roller coasters, multi-level go-kart races and more. 260 acres of fun are at your fingertips! At Mt. Olympus, you’ll be within walking distance to the very best of the Dells!

 

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OVER 1500 ROOMS!

Mt. Olympus is proud to provide more than 1500 rooms over 20 locations to Wisconsin Dells visitors.  Some of our newer properties that we’re proud to have in the Mt. Olympus family include:

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ENJOY THIS “EGG”CELLENT EASTER DEAL THAT JUST HATCHED AT MT. OLYMPUS RESORT! BOOK A ROOM ANY DAY AND SAVE UP TO $120 OFF!

  •  $120 Off Per Night When You Book A Room Any Day For 3 Nights Or More
  •  $110 Off Per Night When You Book A Room Any Day For A 2 Night Stay
  •  $100 Off Per Night When You Book A Room Anyday For A 1 Night Stay
    Offer ends at midnight, April 13th, 2014

 

Take advantage of the egg-citing benefits during your stay at Mt. Olympus Resort, from waterslides and go-karts, to great food and drinks. Enjoy Mt. Olympus’ Indoor Theme Park & Water Park FREE WITH STAY plus day of check-out! 120,000 square feet of fun! Located in Wisconsin Dells, the water park capital of the world! Over 1,300 hotel rooms.
 
Mt. Olympus Resort is the ONLY Indoor Theme Park & Water Park Resort that offers championship golf FREE with your stay! Weather permitting.
 
This offer also includes FREE cover to the Dells’ hottest nightclub, Club WETT and FREE rail drinks and domestic tap beer from 9pm to 11pm (Valid Only During Scheduled Days Open). Also save 10% off dining out at select locations with your Mt. Olympus VIP Dining Card.


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Free Indoor Water Park   Free Indoor Theme Park

 

     
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As amusement parks open for the season, many of them are debuting highly anticipated roller coasters. This summer, whether you’re a roller coaster fanatic or a novice along for the ride, expect thrills and chills as you spin, twist and dive on some of the wildest new coasters of 2013.

Gatekeeper, Cedar Point, Ohio
Those who dare to take a ride on the Gatekeeper are in for an experience nothing short of heart-stopping. This record-breaking winged coaster positions two riders on either side of the track so the riders’ feet dangle as the coaster flips, twists, turns and dives. The coaster, which reaches an electrifying speed of 67 mph, features a harrowing 164-foot drop (the highest of any winged roller coaster in the world), six inversions (the most of any winged roller coaster in the world), a 360-degree in-line roll, a 180-degree rotation and much more

El Loco, Adventuredome, Las Vegas
This December, the adrenaline-pumping El Loco roller coaster will replace the original attraction, Rim Runner at the indoor amusement park, Adventuredome. The coaster will provide riders with a feeling of weightlessness as it barrels down a 70-foot drop that delivers a 1.5 negative vertical g-force. Along the coaster’s 1,300-foot track, riders will also experience a 45-degree outwardly banked turn, a barrel roll and a 180-degree twist, all within 75 seconds.

Hades 360, Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park, Wisconsin
Mt. Deemed the “world’s first upside-down, underground wooden roller coaster,” Hades 360 delivers powerful turns and high speeds (up to 70 mph) typically uncharacteristic for wooden roller coasters. The ride features a 360-degree upside-down loop, a 90-degree twist underground in complete darkness and a 110-degree over-banked turn. At one point, the coaster slowly climbs 162 feet and then dives 134 feet at a hair-raising angle of 65 degrees.

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