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    My fiance and I are in college and went here expecting it to be fun for all ages. It was very kid-oriented and we were pretty disappointed, especially for the money. The illusionist was very amateur and messed up his simple tricks a lot. The “big top circus” was tiny and pretty disappointing too, other than the rinny family. They were amazing and really talented. The short dog show was ok too. There are barely any animals here and the ones that are live under poor conditions. The food was good and decently priced. It was a much smaller area than we expected and it looked like a ghost town, completely deserted. If you are looking for a real circus experience, look elsewhere if possible. I would have been happy with a good museum or a good circus performance but they put very little effort into both unfortunately.

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    Very disappointing. The outside area was very small, neglected, and looked abandoned. Price of admission was extremely high considering the lack of attractions. Also noticed a lack of staff. The indoor parts of the museum were clean, fairly interesting, and well organized.

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    We drive a few hours almost every summer to visit. A family tradition. So much to see and do for the price. Very clean and kid friendly! Going angain today-GREAT family entertainment.

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    Spent hours here with the kids enjoying ourselves. Very kid friendly. They put on several circus shows during the day. Carousel to ride. Elephant rides around lunch. Magic show. The Circus wagons were amazing to look at. We all really enjoyed ourselves. Clean grounds and facilities. One negative, “no carry ins”. Best of all, free entrance for Active Duty military families as part of the Blue Star museums.

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    It was fun and clean. I just wished they had more exhibits. For the price I expected more.