I should have gotten my first clue when they wouldn't even let me look inside until I agreed to purchase tickets. This "attraction" is separated into several small areas that you progress through after a set number of minutes have passed. The first area consists of a two foot tall slide and a log to climb on and some photo ops with character props. We sat down and looked at the time while we waited to move onto the next area. Once in the next area, we found a whack-a-mole type game that could have possibly been fun had it kept score, but it had no scoreboard at all. Same with the arcade style hoops. No score. My son and I whittled away at the time by challenging each other to see who could get more baskets before we got to move onto the next area. Relieved to be able to move on, we entered the movie area where we watched a few movie clips which were really just previews of the upcoming movie. I could have seen those for free on my TV at home. The final area was a completely barren space. We wondered what was going on until Sid came meandering out. The kids got the opportunity to take "professional" photos with Sid, which you could purchase around the corner in the gift shop for $15. Yeah, no thanks. And that was it. I honestly felt swindled by how great they made it sound at the door and how they refused to let me peek inside before committing to a purchase. They actually block the entrance so that you can't even get a glimpse inside. Had I been able to see it, I would have never paid nearly $20 for three of us to enter. There is no reason for anyone to go here, ever.
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