This was my 3rd time visiting Bedrock City in my life. Once when I was a little girl and the other two times since I have had children of my own to share it with. Myself personally planned for these visits and associated my children with Flintstones. Including playing Flintstones on our way to Bedrock City and the Grand Canyon in our portable Dvd player. You can't expect your kids to get excited or show interest in something that you have never exposed them to. Bedrock City is essentially a playground you pay a small fee to get into, is most peoples views. It is so much more than that however. It is a piece of history you are exposing them to and making them a part of. My kids can personally say they have slid down a dinosaurs tail just like Fred Flintstone. There is a small diner at the end of the gift shop with stone aged priced coffee and decent food. The items in the gift shop are comparably priced with other gift shops and have items I haven't found elsewhere. I really hope this places makes it and is around for me to be able to take my grandchildren to (when I have them). It really is "A place right outta history".
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