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The Children's Garden

They really thought out this "The Children's Garden At Hershey Gardens", Hershey, Pennsylvania. I love all the details. By the bathtub ... there were giant rock slippers ...I thought I had gotten them in the shot but sadly they are missing. nuts!! So many creative touches!!! "Hershey's Kisses shaped misters greet you with a fine spray of water and meandering pathways guide you through 32 themed gardens on a journey of hands-on activity, discovery and fun!" I am not sure who had more fun ...there were plenty of adult aged kids playing with all the amazing items in these gardens. I was so impressed by all the extra touches, can you tell? Now take your time and be sure you noticed the butterfly garden and all those must see sights!!! Have a great day. Thank you for stopping by. Take care. Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ; 


eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, the children's garden at Hershey is really cute. Wonderful photos.

Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
Rose said…
I would love to visit this betting Lorelei would love it.
Ruth Hiebert said…
That looks like a very cool place to explore for all ages.After all we are all children at heart.
Missy George said…
I was there many years ago. Fun place. Have a good week.
Debbie said…
i love this place...all your images looked so familiar!! if you ever go back, slide your feet into the rock slippers, it makes for a super fun picture!!!!
Michelle said…
This looks like a fun place to visit.
Sandi said…
Hershey kisses!

William Kendall said…
That is beautifully done!
Looks like it's a great place for children..
Though i am not a children at all but after seeing this post i think i should visit there.. :p
Blogoratti said…
A great hangout for the little ones. Greetings!

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