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DreamWorks Trolls The Experience

Get ready to go on the coolest, most colorful adventure when you step inside DreamWorks Trolls The Experience.

Your journey begins with a Trolls Transformation in the Hair We Go Salon, where our Glitter Gurus will give you a Trolls Makeover.   With a little makeup on your nose and a fun Trolls cardboard headband of your favorite character: Poppy, Branch, Guy Diamond, or Rainbow you’ll be primped and polished for the celebration!  Then you’ll follow the rainbow path and encounter some of your favorite Trolls, find your gem inside the Caterbus, and mash-up your favorite Trolls beat.  You’ll sing, dance, and hug your way to Poppy’s Best Day Ever! Celebration the ultimate 3-D dance party with all of your favorite Trolls pals.  And don’t miss the After Party where you’ll create your very own scrapbook, with our included scrapbook sheets, then meet Poppy! Upgrade experiences also available for a total Troll Transformation with Troll hair headbands and wigs, as well as scrapbooks for purchase.

Discount Package Includes:

  • LIRR Off-Peak Round-Trip rail fare
  • Admission to DreamWorks Trolls The Experience

Adults: $52.50 Zones 1-10; $64.50 Zones 12-14
Children (5-11): $36.50

Hours:

  • Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: Open 10:00 AM (last ticket sold at 2:30 PM)
  • Wednesdays : Trolls Day Off (closed)
  • Friday: Open 10:00 AM (last ticket sold at 6:30 PM)
  • Saturday & Sunday: Open 9:00 AM (last ticket sold at 6:30 PM)

For more information visit www.trollstheexperience.com

Buying Tickets at LIRR Gray, Green or Blue Ticket Machines:
Press the “Getaways/Packages” button on the first screen, then select NYC Getaways, then the button for your package or deal. Pay with credit cards or ATM/debit cards. Gray and green machines also accept cash. See here for more information on buying tickets. 

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