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    Well, many people say it is for the children. All I can say is that we just spent an entire day there with two parents and four children up to 16 years of age and we all had a great time. The “Anne” characters maintain their storyline for the entire day; there is music of good quality; animals to enjoy and “grandfathers” to enjoy them with; the raspberry cordial was a hit with all of us; everything was tuned to the varying audiences. Now, I suppose that if you are really sophisticated and need whiz bang, this would not be for you at all. But for us, we just allowed the magic to take us over. And the family price for 7 hours of entertainment was excellent. A calm day with lots of laughs, nostalgia, and just plain fun. And they even allow you to bring your own picnic in!

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    Wonderful to step in the footsteps of Anne herself! Loved the books as a child and has always been a lifelong dream to go here! Makes you wonder if L.M Montgomery based this on a real person…

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    Extremely charming! What a fun place to go to if you have a child or children of around Anne’s age! Imagine watching your child’s hair being braided in pigtails by “Diana” or “Anne” herself! Or your son having a wooden sword fight with Gilbert in the street! Or being in a sack race Captained by Jose! Or you yourself having a conversation with Rachel or Matthew! Hear great music and prepare yourself for some corny jokes!Be sure to get there early before and you can talk to Anne about her ferry ride as she waits for Matthew to pick her up!

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    This is mainly a trip for the children, there are farm animals and horse driven carriage rides. If you are a history buff this attraction may interest you since some of the building are historical and were moved to the site to be preserved. All in all a nice spot for a family but a bit pricey.

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