Before Christmas, my family and I visited the Dutch Winter Wonderland in Lancaster, PA, which is an hour away from our place. It was our 2nd time to visit the place and this time with Plop Plop! The first time, it was only me and the kids, hubby had a big project that time that he cant take a day off. So we were so happy that hubby was able to go with us on our 2nd visit.
Anyway, photo below is the entrance of the Dutch Wonderland. Isn’t it pretty? Its along route 30 Lincoln Highway, so its not hard to miss. This place is a fun place for kids. During Holiday Season, they are open from 3pm until 9pm. The rates are cheaper compare to its regular rates in the Summer, because some of the rides are close in the Winter SeasonBut when we visit this place a couple of weeks ago, the rates were even more cheaper compare to our first visit. It was very windy that day, and so cold. Only few of the rides were open. In spite that, we still had our fun.
Photos below were some of their light shows. And below photo were me and the kids freezing cold, or its just me who was freezing cold, because I was not properly dressed for such outdoor activity in the Winter Season. At first hour of being outdoor was okay, but after 2hours of staying outdoor, I started not to feel my toes, nose, and fingers. I got the kids properly wrapped up from head to toes, but as for me…no socks, hole on my head(lol!), fashionable gloves and coat that doesnt help much. As you can see on the photo below, I am like Rudolph the red nose reindeer. lol. I was not wearing socks, just my stockings, because I was wearing a thinsulate shoes. I guess it doesnt work if you dont wear socks. I thought my feet would be sweating in this shoes, but oh boy I was wrong, my footsies was frozen after 3hours. lol.
But anyway it was a fun day. We all had fun in spite the below freezing temp due to the 50mph gust of wind. It was a very COOL experienced for me.