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Fairytale Town Sacramento

Where is it at?

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Fairytale Town
3901 Land Park Drive
Sacramento
CA
95822
Tel: 916 808-7462

Where are we going today?

Fairytale Town has been giving families happy memories since all the way back in 1959, which means there are a LOT of happy memories that yours will be joining!

Fairytale Town can be found in Sacramento, and has a host of sweet, charming and very family friendly atractions which the younger kids especially love. Favorite fairytale and nursery rhyme themed attraction are the backdrop for over 25 colorful and fun play sets in the park.

Kids can re-live their favorite rhymes, such as walking to the top of a hill where there is a really working well! Make sure they don't forget to slide and tumble down afterwards! Perhaps they want to search for the Cheshire Cat who occasionally makes an appearance at the end of the rabbit hole, or they might want to visit the Crooked Mile, where a winding path lets you enjoy an 1/8 of a mile of exercise and fun!

The Three Blind Mice, Little Red Hen House, Charlotte the spider and Eeyore the donkey all live in Farmer Brown's Barn and are all waiting to make a new friend, and the Little Engine That Could is feeling positive ready to take some families along for a great ride!

Fairytale Town also is home to a number of animals, which provide interactive learning for those inquisitive kids. Mary's Lambs are all ready with their pink bows, and Peter Rabbit and his sisters love to be patted!

Billy Goats Gruff and the three little pigs have plenty of room in the brick house that withstood the wolf's howling, and they are all brought out during opening hours to say hello.

Gardens and theatre productions top off this fun family attraction in Sacramento - a magical place for all!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$4.50 Weekdays/$5.50 Weekends & Holidays
  • ChildrenSame as adult
  • Free Under: 12 months
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

9am - 4pm. (10am - 4pm Nov to Feb)

Closed Monday to Wed from Nov to Feb, and 4th July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas and New Years Day

Teachers corner

When its a day of learning through play, why wouldn't you visit! There are self-guided field trips all year for K to 5, and additional field trip activities that you can enjoy too. .

I'm Hungry!

The Dish & Spoon Café is open year-round and features everything from hot dogs, popcorn and ice cream to peanut butter and jelly sandwiches,.

Healthy Eating!

There a healthy options in the cafe, such as fresh fruit.

Any Top Tips?

There are magical story boxes around the park where you can purchase a key and enjoying the fun souvenirs they will give you!.

Doing our bit

They have created a place that has just the children's education in mind, so all of the activities are perfect for learning through play. .

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff when you arrive and they can help you with what you need.

Can I get one of those?

There is a gift shop at the park where you can pick up toys, souvenirs, gift cards and teddy bears! There is even a fun plush Humpty!.

What people are saying?

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    I grew up coming to this Sacramento icon. Where else can you go on the Crookedest Mile, climb through a big piece of cheese and slide down the big red shoe where the old lady lives with so many children she didn't know what to do. There is also a stage for concerts, farm animals, Sherwood Forest with play structures and tons of other activities. Mainly for the little ones, my daughter felt like she outgrew this place by third grade or so.

    They still have the castle where you can have birthday parties, but the moat has been sadly dry as of late....Read More

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    My 19 month old loves this place. We could spend all day here. And you can't beat the price!

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    Fun for the little kids

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    My daughter loved it

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    A great place for the kids, both big and small. Clean grounds, beautiful location,courteous staff and located adjacent to the Sacramento zoo and Funderland.
    Accessibility is easy from i5 and 50.
    Only negative is parking can be a challenge, so get their early.

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by Tiffany K

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I grew up coming to this Sacramento icon. Where else can you go on the Crookedest Mile, climb through a big piece of cheese and slide down the big red shoe where the old lady lives with so many children she didn't know what to do. There is also a stage for concerts, farm animals, Sherwood Forest with play structures and tons of other activities. Mainly for the little ones, my daughter felt like she outgrew this place by third grade or so.

They still have the castle where you can have birthday parties, but the moat has been sadly dry as of late.

Adults cannot enter without a child which is a good thing. Chuck E Cheese doesn't have this policy, for instance. Usually you can find 2-for-1 coupons in the Entertainment Book and parking can sometimes be a challenge on the weekends since you have the trifecta of Land Park staples all in the same area: Sacramento Zoo, Funderland and Fairytale Town.

Since it is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, they are always putting on tons of fundraisers. I've gone to a few and they are unique, family-friendly and so much fun! I attended the Midsummer Night's Dream event with the all-you-can-eat Crystal ice cream. I forgot how much Strawberry Cheesecake was my favorite flavor growing up. Eating a bowl of this and curving through the crookedest mile made me feel young and old at the same time.

The Weather

Saturday

Conditions: Chance of Rain
Temp: 52° F / 11° C
Humidity: 85 %
Wind: S - 12 MPH

Sunday

Conditions: Chance of Rain
Temp: 53° F / 12° C
Humidity: 85 %
Wind: S - 20 MPH

Monday

Conditions: Thunderstorm
Temp: 52° F / 11° C
Humidity: 86 %
Wind: S - 8 MPH

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