It was very hot and humid, as expected, but the park was shady and the kids adored the place. Plus it only cost $3 per person.
It featured many of our favorite stories, and more!
- Captain Hook’s Ship
- Pinocchio’s Whale
- Cinderella’s Pumpkin Carriage
- Dragon Slide
- Rocket Ship
We also played at a gingerbread house, Jack & Jill’s hill, the Three Little Pigs’ houses, and an Alice in Wonderland crooked house, as well as admired a mermaid in a fountain, a Rapunzel statues, and mother goose flying through the air.
The absolute favorite part of the visit, however, was Snow White.
Asleep and under a spell outside of the dwarfs’ cottage, Snow White just had to be woken up!
No help from a dwarf.
Luke’s kiss was ineffective.
Even Rapunzel couldn’t get the job done.
Scarlett was kind of distraught! She did NOT want to leave Snow White under the spell of the poison apple.
We pretty much had to drag her out of there. Luckily, I had the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on my iPad so she could see that eventually, the prince would come to wake Snow White up. Phew! Now Scarlett says, “Snow White ate a poison apple, but she got through it.” Funny girl!
We left through the clock, and were on our way to the last two stops on our trip: a pit stop in Alabama, then on to Chattanooga, Tennessee!