Santa would be nonplussed by this place. It takes a special kind of chutzpah for the admission ticket dispensers to look you in the eye and charge you $20 a head for anyone older than the third trimester. Once you recover from that sticker shock, you enter upon a landscape that is perhaps 2-3 acres of mixed media, zoo, and carnival. Various playscapes are blended in and around with Santa and Xmas themes and many look like maintainance has been deferrred since they were built in, say, 1958. There is a Santa shop, a gift shop, other shops and arcade games designed to seperate you from your money.
But don't worry too much about that stuff if you have little boys almost 5 and almost 3. They were happy enough with the playscapes. My older guy was greatly entertained my the 20 minute magician show and the blacksmith who makes nail rings for the kids. Both the boys liked the collection of animals in the "zoo" who can be fed through tubes with vending machine generic food. You can get your photo taken with a pretty good Santa. At the far end of the place, there are a number of carnival rides, most of them some variation of merry-go-rounds with boats, cars/trucks/motorcycles and smallish ferris wheel and an elevated rocket ride. The latter two were too scary for my little guys, but would be perfect for, say, 7 years or older. You can go on these rides as many times as you wish and the operators are all kindly and avuncular types. We spent the better part of an hour on these rides and neither of the boys was put off by their monotony.There is also a little kiddie train that travels the perimeter. No extra charge for these rides and attractions.
And so I would have to conclude that this is a fun kind of experience for the 7 and under set and, even though the tarriff will make you gag,remember Rule No. 1: when your little kids are happy, you are happy.
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