|We rode the tram from the parking lot to the entrance. We could have paid to park closer, but the paid parking really wasn't very close either.|
|We made it to the entrance! It was nice to have our tickets ahead of time, as we were able to just walk right in to the ticket takers.|
|Everyone there was dressed in 1870s(I think) attire. We got to watch a lot of demonstrations. Here these ladies are making peanut brittle. Of course, the best part was getting to try a sample!|
|The kids got to stand up high to see.|
|We went to a live, action-packed show with all kinds of crazy stunts. It was great! The kids really liked it.|
|Of course, there are lots of rides. The first ride the kids went on was a big roller coaster! I took the four big kids and we did not have to wait in line at all. I was a little worried they would get scared, but they all loved it.|
|We all rode on the train which went around a big chunk of Silver Dollar City. It was a good way to check out some of the other areas.|
|Oh, no! The train got hijacked by some train robbers! A fun little performance.|
|Waiting for a magic show.|
|Catherine got to be the magician's assistant!|
|Riding on the carousel.|
|All the kids got to ride this one by themselves. Anthony was 37 inches, so he was over that critical 36 inches at which kids could ride many of the rides, either by themselves or with an adult.|
|After the kids got off, they ran around shooting water at people riding on the rafts.|
To be continued...
By the way, if you ever go to Silver Dollar City and have a smart phone, there is a free SDC app. I found it very helpful when we were there to find out more information about the various rides and which ones would be appropriate for our kids, because you couldn't always tell.