$10 a head (including babies) for a 40 minute wait (and if you are towards the back of the line, there is a good chance you won't make the cut and you will have to wait another 40 minutes). And you would think that if they only do it every 40 minutes, then at least the kids are getting some quality time for the egg hunt. But the "egg hunt" is strictly controlled - 30 seconds only. That's right - 30 seconds. Even the little two year olds. Then it is "get out". The thing is, there are a number of older kids that do the egg hunt over and over. Due to the 30 second time limit, they are going absolutely bananas to grab as many eggs as possible before game over, and by doing so, are pushing over the other kids. The loudspeaker lady spends 24 of the 30 seconds yelling at the kids who are running the other kids over. Any lawyers out there reading this?
They have a ridiculous hula hoop contest first. They give all the kids a hula hoop, then they state the rules. If the hula hoops fall on the ground, you are out and you need to go. The music starts, 90% of the little kids drop their hula hoops in the first five seconds, and the crazy old man barks at them over the loudspeaker to step off. The little kids are terribly confused by this contest as they run to their parents. The thirteen year old wins.
When you open your eggs you realize that each of your kids have 90% the same thing. One will have all erasers. The other will have all tattoos. The other will have all gum. These people cant even bother to mix the eggs up a little before they drop them on the ground.
Butterfly cage is cute, they def have a few butterflies flying around- but all the people will be crowded around the one big rabbit at the front entrance as they try to pet it so immediately you get the feeling that things are not kosher and feel gyped because you can't wait 20 minutes for that one kid who won't step down the line.
You can walk the grounds as part of the $10 but you can't do the usual stuff like pet the animals or ride the horsies. That costs extra ($1-$4 per extra)
Almost everyone there was wearing a season pass sticker, so seems like only the suckers are paying $10 a head. Better to buy $10 worth of eggs and throw them around somewhere and at least your kids can take their time and have fun.
This is just a money grab for them. Skip it.
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