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Last stop on vacation before heading back to Texas

Our last stop before heading back home from vacation. Glad we did. One of the best gardens Ive ween... read more

Reviewed September 28, 2022
trouthook69
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Belton, Texas
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Adult couple

We visited the Museum of Ancient Life, Ashton Gardens, and the Farm. I recommend the latter 2. The... read more

Reviewed August 1, 2022
Alex .
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Nashville, Tennessee
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Reviewed July 9, 2017

The Tulip Festival in the spring time is the golden jewel of Thanksgiving Point. The garden also plays host to a wonderful Christmas time lights display along with many other events throughout the year. With waterfalls and ponds throughout the path it is a very peaceful and relaxing atmosphere to unwind and relax

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed July 2, 2017 via mobile

This place has so much to do!! We have 6 children ranging in age from 6 mo - 10 years. All them where entertained. The boys loved the dinosaurs, our daughter liked milking a cow and everyone was so excited about the ice cream :-)!! We also visited the Curiosity Museum this time and we were simply amazed. Our kids had such a great time! Give yourself the whole day of you want to do it all or smaller parts can be done in few hours.

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed June 10, 2017 via mobile

Lots of beautiful things to see, places for kids to have fun, good places to eat, and have a great afternoon or evening with the family. The best during the summer, but there's plenty to do here year round

Date of experience: June 2017
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Reviewed May 27, 2017 via mobile

Kind of boring! The cost of admissions (which was way too expensive for what you got!) included a wagon ride to see the farm. The only part that was by the farm was 100 yards as you start the ride. Then they take you around the parking lot of the movie theater that is next door and back via their parking lot...whoopie...we could have done that in our car and not waited in line for 30 minutes. There were no animals to pet, most where in the back of their stalls where it was hard to see them. Some goats did come close and wanted to be petted, but the fencing made that impossible. How they can say they are a petting farm is beyond me. Really disappointed, as we have enjoyed most of the other attractions there.

Date of experience: May 2017
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Reviewed May 26, 2017

I was here a few months ago on a stop over from a class I was teaching at BYU. (It was recommended by the students!) Thanksgiving Point includes a small farm, some gardens, restaurants, and a very nice dinosaur/fossil museum.

I knocked a star off probably in part due to my age. This would be a GREAT place to take kids, but is just pretty good for adults. (Most of the attractions were really aimed at children between the ages of, oh, 5-12, I'd guess.)

With that said, the dinosaur museum had a GREAT collection and did a really good job presenting the fossils (again, aimed probably more at the 8-12 set than the over 30 set, but was informative for me, too). It was both really well done from a knowledge perspective, but also fun and creative (they had the mammoth stepping on one of the cave people he was fighting - got a chuckle out of me). There was quite a bit to see here, too. Probably not worth a long drive, but definitely a good way to spend an afternoon!

Date of experience: October 2016
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