Cinderella’s Coach

With a team of carousel horses, the pumpkin coach transports the imaginations of young and old.

Jack and the Beanstalk

Built in 1997, this set features a giant beanstalk slide and what is certainly the largest foot in the Sacramento area.

Mother Goose

From a distance, she appears to be a statue of this beloved nursery rhyme character, but closer examination reveals an innovative slide built into her voluminous apron.


Jack & Jill Hill

Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water.
Jack fell down and broke his crown,
And Jill came tumbling after.

A trip to the top of this hill reveals a real working water well and a slide for tumbling after.

The Cheese Stands Alone

The cheese stands alone
The cheese stands alone
Heigh-ho, the derry-o
The cheese stands alone

This slice of Swiss cheese is a favorite climbing spot and photo backdrop.

See photos from the Big Cheese Photo Contest!

The Mother Goose Stage

Flanked by towering stacks of storybooks, the Mother Goose Stage is home to some of the most imaginative performances you’ll ever see – including the impromptu escapades of our guests! When you’re not making up your own show, kick back on the sloping lawn and enjoy a top-notch, year-round parade of great music, dance, theater, and storytelling.

The outdoor Mother Goose Stage provides a creative space for visiting children to dance or perform whatever they can imagine. It’s also serves as Fairytale Town’s main stage for concerts, live theatre, movie nights, and storytelling, as well as all the educational festivals and celebrations that take place during a typical year. Available for after-hours rentals, the Mother Goose Stage has also been used for weddings and dances.

The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Two Nigerian Dwarfs Goats and one Pygmy Goat—bring this tale of bravery and family solidarity to life. They live near Cinderella’s Coach, and have a completely safe bridge to climb on all day long. You can also measure your own height against a giant ruler that shows how high some goats can jump.

The Three Little Pigs

The brick house that withstood the wolf’s huffing and puffing is now home to three Kunekune, pronounced “KOO-KNEE, KOO-KNEE” pigs. Native to New Zealand, Kunekune means fat and round in Māori. The Māori, are the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand.

Pua, the pig from the Disney film Moana, was modeled after a Kunekune pig.

Pigs are some of the most intelligent animals, as the fairytale about them suggests. Come see them and their little brick house today!

Sherwood Forest

Take a romp through Robin Hood’s own playground. A favorite venue for birthday parties that also features a large climbing fort for your own little Merry Men.

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