If you have ever wanted to sip on a frozen cocktail while having a blast at Holiday World & Splashin' Safari, you're in luck.

Theme Parks and Alcohol Sales

Holiday World has been around for a long time, I'm talking 77 years, and finally, in 2023 the park officials have decided to offer alcohol sales. If you are familiar with the Walt Disney World parks, you know that EPCOT offers adult beverages from around the world. The Magic Kingdom only offers alcohol inside the sit-down restaurants. So, while this is a brand new feature for Holiday World & Splashin' Safari, alcohol sales and theme parks are not new.

Chad Benefield
Chad Benefield

These Drinks are Not Free

Holiday World & Splashin' Safari still offers free soft drinks, but I feel like I need to clarify that the adult beverages are sold at a premium price. You also cannot bring in your own alcohol, and drinks cannot be taken outside of the parks.

Photo: https://www.holidayworld.com | CANVA
Photo: https://www.holidayworld.com | CANVA

You will only find alcohol for sale in two locations: Plymouth on the Rocks, located on the North side of Plymouth Rock Café, and Liki Tiki, located by The Wave inside Splashin' Safari.

What Drinks are Offered?

Well, there is a full menu selection of various domestic beers, seltzers, wine, and even frozen fruity drinks. Prices range from $11.99 to $14.99.

  • Budweiser 
  • Bud Light 
  • Michelob Ultra 
  • Miller Lite 
  • Yuengling 
  • Busch Light
  • Corona
  • Mom Water
  • Bud Light Seltzer
  • Various Wines
  • Bad Dad Plymouth IPA 
  • Bad Dad Bahari Blonde
  • Monsoon Margarita
  • Liki Tiki Lemonade
Photo: https://www.holidayworld.com | canva
Photo: https://www.holidayworld.com | canva
Guests must present photo identification when purchasing alcohol, and all photo IDs must be scanned and verified at the time of transaction. Limit two drinks per person per transaction. Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari may refuse alcohol service to Guests for any reason. All Rider Responsibility and Behavior guidelines apply at all times. Under Indiana Administrative Code Title 675 Section 31-2-4, Patrons have a duty to not participate in or on any amusement ride, device or attraction when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Patrons have a duty to properly use all ride or device safety equipment provided. Guests who do not follow our Behavior Guidelines will be asked to leave the parks without a refund. Please drink responsibly.
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