Generations of families have grown up visiting Story Land in Glen, New Hampshire. Whether it be the timeless rides or the iconic characters, cherished memories have been made at the theme park. So, when Story Land unleashed a pair of adults-only 'Nostalgia Nights' a couple years ago, they were surprised by the overwhelming enthusiasm. For 2023, Story Land is more prepared for the 21+ crowd, and they've decided to dedicate four separate Saturday nights to the adults who love Story Land so much that they never want to grow up.

The Dates Are Set, and the Fun Kicks Off June 24, followed by..

Story Land via Facebook
Story Land via Facebook

...Saturday, June 24, Saturday, July 8, Saturday, July 22, and Saturday, August 5.

Those are your dates for Nostalgia Night in 2023. The park will be open to the 21+ crowd from 5-10pm on those specific nights. Tickets for these special events have been on sale since March, and limited quantities are still available on select Saturday nights.

What Happens At Nostalgia Night?

You truly get to be a kid again with a few adult perks mixed in. Everything from a trip to Cinderella's castle to face painting and the rides you know and love will be available during Nostalgia night. In 2022, Story Land aimed to have all rides open and available to guests until 10pm.  Adult perks include a change to partake in adult beverages throughout the park, as well as a stage that will feature live music and a variety of show offerings. For 2023, Story Land is adding to their memorabilia with branded Nostalgia Night merch that can be purchased or won through some of their games on-site.

Will It Sell Out?

Anything is possible. Story Land's Nostalgia Nights have been popular since their inception.  If you're waiting on a weather forecast to confirm you'll have a clear evening, last minute tickets may or may not be available. Tickets officially go on sale starting March 30.

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Looking for something fun to do with the family but want to stretch your legs outside of Maine for the day or weekend? Here's a list of fun spots for you and your family to enjoy that could easily be done as a long day trip or a quick weekend away. Everything on this list is within x hours of Portland.

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Did your favorite make the list? Anywhere new you plan to check out?

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