Not too far away from the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is the Moon Marble Company. This darling, and eclectic store is a really fun stop for a family. Not only is half of this location a retro toy store, they also have marbles of all shares and colors available for purchase.
By this time we were all ready for some lunch. Off to Legends Outlets for a prehistoric lunch at T-Rex Cafe. I have been to this restaurant several times with my family. It’s a really fun themed restaurant so I was happy to go back. We were able to take a tour of the restaurant to see all the dinosaurs throughout. We also were able to visit the Paleo Zone where you can dig for fossils, pan for gems and walk in a cave filled with gems.
After lunch we participated in a Legends Scavenger hunt. These hunts are available to everyone. We had a lot of fun learning a little more about the Legends Outlets. There is also a free walking audio tour if your interested in learning more about the Legends featured in the outlet.
Great Wolf Lodge
You must climb 264 steps to get the the top. It’s 15 stories tall – taller that the Eiffel Tower! I was so scared. When I got to the top I wondered why I let myself fall ito peer pressure when I’m in my 30’s, but regardless of the fear I did it! And survived! And it really isn’t as scary as it looks. You sit in a 3 person raft and wear seat belts. You can watch all the fun here:
We LOVE schlitterbahn for lots of reasons, and now Verruckt is also one of them. After a full day of swimming, sliding, riding tubes, enjoying rapids and waves we were exhausted. We closed down the park and had the best time doing it. Until next year Schlitterbahn.