(1/1/03 5:13:52 pm)
Attractions involving fairy tales|
I remember reading somewhere that there was a fairy tale attraction
in the mid seventies. It wasn't like Disneyworld but it had scenes
involving favorite fairy tales. I found a picture of the Sleeping
Beauty scene. I only read it online so I don't even know if it really
existed or where it was. I just thought it would be interesting
if anyone knew anything on it.
(1/1/03 8:05:52 pm)
fairy tale attraction|
Do you have a link for the picture of the sleeping beauty scene? I visited a fairy tale attraction in Tennesee - but it was in the early sixties. If I could have a look at the picture I might be able to tell you if this was the same place.
(1/2/03 12:21:58 am)
Re: fairy tale attraction|
Are you thinking of Rock City in Tennessee? It is still there
and I grew up in the Chattanooga area for most of my childhood.
I haven't been back to Rock City in twenty years. Take a look
at www.seerockcity.com. I didn't have time to look around the
site, but I imagine it has some images. The tourist kitcsh factor
is about 99.9% there, so be prepared.
Also, Legoland in California has a fairy tale themed area, or
did when I was last there.
Edited by: Heidi Anne Heiner at: 1/2/03 7:39:55 am
(1/2/03 6:52:13 am)
Enchated Forest, Story Land...|
In New England there are 2 that I know of- The Enchanted Forest in RI, and Storyland in NH.
Here's a list of amusement parks, where it seems there are several that could be what you're looking for:
(1/2/03 7:49:25 am)
Fairy Tale Theme Parks|
Oh, yes, we have one in Oregon.
Cheesy but fun for the kiddies.
(1/2/03 8:32:11 am)
I also found one in Atlantic City New Jersey called Storybook Land.
(1/5/03 10:43:04 pm)
Re: fairytale attractions|
In Ligonier, PA, part of the Idlewild Park attraction is Storybook
Forest. I'm not sure if there is a Sleeping Beauty part,
but it definately includes many of the most popular fairy tales
and nursery rhymes.
The address is www.idlewild.com,
but there seems to be a 403 error with the address.