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Sleepy Hollow was created 12 years ago by Art Millican Jr. Art is a former Disney artist/imagineer and was Senior Artist and Craftsman at Disney World Orlando for over 15 years. He has worked on theme parks in every corner of the globe. He helped...more
There is a small shop with lawn ornaments and fairy garden accessories, reasonably priced. The treehouses are free to peruse with an optional donation. My 4 and 5 year olds ran from one house to the next for about an hour. When it was time...More
We were in the area on a Sunday and thought we’d stop by. The sign says the gift shop is closed but we thought we could still walk around since it’s all outside and the there is no admission. A lady called out from inside...More
I visited this place on a whim after finding it on the top things to do in Blairsville. You will NOT be disappointed. Take the time to meet the artist and his fabulous wife. These people are absolutely fascinating. I ended up spending almost two...More
Any person of any age can enjoy the colorful and delightful art on display at Sleepy Hollow in Blairsville, Georgia. Art Millican Jr graciously shares his love of arts, crafts, fairies, and fairy doors...plus steampunk and so much more...when his guests express a genuine interest....More
What a fun and happy place to take your kids or those of us with young hearts. The "garden" area is not huge by any means, but it is the perfect size. There is a lot to look at hidden around. The houses are adorable....More
This was wonderful for my toddler grandboys, ages 3 and 5. They absolutely loved being able to go in and out of the little hobbit like houses! It is a very creative and wonderful playland for the little ones!!
Located at 4339 Young Harris Hwy Blairsville GA, 30512, this magical little community was created by Art Millican Jr. who learned his trade during a long and notable career with Disney where he worked his way up from selling popcorn on Main Street to being...More
My family were vacationing in the area and we decided to stop in with the children. I was a bit excited and curious to see the place because of finding it on the internet. It was free and adorable. Little houses everywhere. Some to admire...More
Response from LuvyaMore2000 | Reviewed this property |
No admission to visit, but they do have a little gift shop with little houses, arts, crafts, etc. if you want to purchase something. This is a very unique and cute place. My children enjoyed themselves.