Digital Amusements Tickets

Raleigh Parks

Amusement ride tickets for the Pullen Park Amusements carousel, kiddie boats, and train, and the John Chavis Memorial Park Carousel are available for purchase online or in person. Ride tickets cost $1.50 each. 

One (1) ticket per rider is required for each ride. Guests under 1 year of age ride for free with a paying adult. Tickets are valid for any date and time, with no expiration. Bulk purchases of 100 tickets are more qualify for a 10% discount.

Please note that the Pullen Carousel and Train are open with limited capacity and schedules. The kiddie boat rides are open with limited capacity. Pedal boats are closed for the season. The Chavis carousel is closed while the park is under construction.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I buy amusement tickets? 

You can visit RecLink to purchase tickets online before your visit to the park - you can scan the barcode on your phone once you get to the park or print them at home. You can also purchase tickets at the ticket counter inside the park and choose to send the tickets to your email or receive a paper receipt.  

Are my tickets for a specific date and time? 

No, tickets are not associated with a specific date or time. Ride availability varies daily – please call the Pullen Park Welcome Center at 919-996-6468 or Chavis Community Center at 919-996-3286 to inquire. 

How do I use my digital tickets once I’m at the park? 

Guests will receive a digital barcode that will be scanned on your mobile device at each attraction. Each barcode can have multiple amusement tickets associated with it.  

If I have paper tickets I’ve already purchased, can I still use them? 

Yes! You can still redeem paper tickets at the park.  

How can I check the balance on my digital tickets? 

Please call 919-996-6468 or visit the Pullen Amusement ticket counter to check your balance.  

Can I send tickets to a friend or someone in my party? 

Yes, you can screenshot and send the barcode to a friend or someone in your party. 




Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources