I found this place to be quite pricey. The merchandise had alot of European Flair, that gave it a very distinct flavor. The show room was interesting as they had all kinds of decorative pieces. You can also have a custom mirror made if your looking for something unusual.
This is the place to go with a group - Your bound to find something that will please everyone. From the Ferris Wheel to the mini golf - there's loads to do here. You can shop, eat, or play for hours and then end your day with fireworks (most Wed. and Sat). What can be better than that?
This is a fun amusement park for younger kids. It's on a smaller scale that allows for the younger children, who have a hard time walking through a larger park like Six Flags, still enjoy a amusement park. They have a small roller coaster, antique cars that follow a track, a train that tours around the whole park, and a carousel. The only negative I can say, is it's very expensive. I think $17 admission for a 6 year old is excessive... but with all that said, you and your kids will be entertained for hours.
Every time I go, I find new things to get excited over. They always have beautiful healthy plants and trees, and your guaranteed great customer service. The prices are slightly high, compared to a Home Depot but I believe you'll find the quality worth the extra expense. If your looking for a tree or plant thats alittle hard to find, nine times out of ten theyll have it or can get it for you.
Look no further, this place has everything. You'll be impressed with the quality of care your child will receive as well with the kind hearted, truly concerned teachers, who love there jobs. There is a strong emphasis on religion and morals which is refreshing that is balanced with fun activities, field trips and fresh daily cooked meals. I know you'll find His Grace is everything you were looking for.
If youre looking to enjoy a wonderful day with your kids, you must take them to Lambs Farm. They have a great petting zoo, with sheep and goats. Lots of animals to observe like horses and pigs. There's a cute country store and even a pet shop if you dare.
Guaranteed to be a wonderful day. This zoo is full of fun perks, with special events such as Dr. day where kids can bring in their teddy bears for a "check-up". It can get pricey as there's many things not included with general admission, such as the children's zoo, dolphin show, butterfly exhibit. I wouldn't suggest spending the $3.00 adults/$2.50 kids fee for what seems like a 15 minute dolphin show, better spend that on the childrens zoo, where they can brush the baby goats and see the pigs up close.
Any type of paper, sticker, stencil, stamp... you could ever desire. More pricey than if you were to buy at Hobby Lobby, but the selection is much greater. They also offer classes for 1st time scrapers, or if you looking to get some fresh ideas. They have great displays that may give you a new approach to doing a page. Any scrap book junkie will fall in love the minute they walk in.
They offer a wide variety of entertainment from mini golf to video games, with some amusement park fun, like bumper cars and a roller coaster. The food is average in taste but they did have a larger selection than just your standard pizza. It's a fun afternoon, but it can get pricey so be prepared.
Marcus recently underwent a large rennovation which has the lobby looking quite fresh and modern. They also added some great new items to there menu like Pizza but it's priced very high. The drinks have become self serve which allows any size to have free refills. The one thing that I will miss is they no longer have the IMAX theater - this has now been changed to a large regular screen.