Everyone knows Thanksgiving Point for the movie theater, the dinosaur museum, and the gardens. But it has so much more to offer! Depending on the season you go.

   Let’s start with fall since that’s the season we’re in right now. They have cornbelly's which is an awesome family centered fall attraction. Between a corn maze, lots of games, and haunted houses you’re not gonna be bored. The gardens are also really cool at this time of the year because of the leaves changing color.

   During the winter the main attraction is Luminaria- picture acres and acres of lights. It’s a sight to see for sure. It’s also amazing as a date or just with your family.

 Photo By Brooke Taggart

Photo By Brooke Taggart

   Spring is very popular at Thanksgiving Point because of the Tulip Festival of course. They decorate their 55 acres of gardens during this time and make it so aesthetically pleasing. The gardens are home to the largest man made waterfall in the Western Hemisphere and 15 differently themed gardens. You can walk through them or rent a golf cart or Segway.

   Summer is such a blast at Thanksgiving point because they do 2$ Tuesdays in August where you can get into particular places such as the Museum of Natural Curiosity & the dinosaur museum. Definitely something worth your time to go do.

   Thanksgiving Point is home to so many amazing things during different seasons, but also year round. One of my most favorite places that is a part of Thanksgiving Point is Brick Canvas; they have a bikram yoga studio, a cute cafe, and Sage leaf salon.

   Overall Thanksgiving Point is so awesome and we should really take advantage of going because we all live so close. For more information about events happening at Thanksgiving Point right now go visit their calendar on their website thanksgivingpoint.org/calendar