Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Camden Children's Garden – Camden - Admission and Ride Passes for Two, Four, or Six

Admission and Ride Passes for Two, Four, or Six
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  • Expires in 1 year

  • Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts.

  • Highlights

    • Explore the natural world
    • 20 attractions
    • Butterfly house & mini-train ride
    • Educational exhibits
    A child’s imagination, like the universe or a confused soccer player, knows no bounds. Nurture blossoming creativity with today’s Groupon to Camden Children's Garden. Children ages 2 and younger get free admission. Choose from the following options:
    • For $8, you get admission for two (a $12 value) and two ride passes (a $4 value; a $16 total value).
    • For $17, you get admission for four (a $24 value) and six ride passes (a $12 value; a $36 total value).
    • For $25, you get admission for six (a $36 value) and 10 ride passes (a $20 value; a $56 total value).
    Imaginative play and exploration blossom in the natural world of Camden Children's Garden, where families encounter 20 gardens, educational exhibits, and rides. Inside the 4-acre horticultural playground, visitors walk among an imagined version of Ben Franklin's workshop and spot monarchs and black swallows inside the tropical environment of the butterfly house. Outside, an apatosaurus looms over the dinosaur garden, watching as mini archeologists uncover dino bones and the broken lamp he hid from his mother 80 million years ago.
    Children stretch their imaginations as they live like their favorite fictional characters in the storybook garden and hunt for faeries in the Irish garden. Grownups can take a break while kids perch on rides such as a biologically diverse carousel that takes little ones up 30 feet and back down. The Arrow River train takes up to 38 children, 22 adults, and one confused buffalo on a 600-foot journey through miniature landscapes and attractions such as the historic Camden Caboose.

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