Single attraction tickets also available.Fun place to let the kids play! I wrote the following review for Giggleberry Fair a few years ago: We've been to Giggleberry Fair many times with our kids both on our own and as part of a birthday party setting. There is plenty for all ages to do. The place is set up with different rooms for different activities and ages. You can easily move from one area to another or just stay in one place. There's an arcade for the older set, as well as a giant climbing area (Giggleberry Mountain) loaded with (soft) balls to blast at your friends/siblings. There's also another room for the five-and-under set with more hands-on play involving water, wooden puzzles, a market, a stage, dress-up clothing etc. Also, a large restored carousel operates in the open area when you enter -- which is great for all ages. It's a fun way to let the kids blow off some steam, and the adults can enjoy the quaintness of Peddler's Village surrounding Giggleberry, as well as dine at the wonderful restaurants nearby. Recently, I visited again, as the staff here has rebranded Giggleberry and introduced fun characters to their logo. New, card-activated arcade games have replaced the old token games. All of the games were up and working when we visited, and the card system worked well. We visited in August during the week and found it to be uncrowded. A camp group did come in when we were there, but they were well supervised, and spent their time mainly in the preschool area, while we were in the arcade. Be aware that it does get quite busy here on weekends when Peddler's Village is in full swing, so just leave yourself some more time and know you'll have to wait a bit. There are also not many places for adults to sit down. Giggleberry offers a wristband system so that you may visit Giggleberry Mountain or ride the carousel. Cards can be purchased or reloaded at either the counter or at a machine near the arcade. We tried both of these systems and had no trouble with either one. My boys were able to try the arcade games and each found some that appealed to them. There are sporty games, a Transformers games, games of chance, and more so kids will be able to find something they like. The height of most of the games is at their level, making it easy to hop on and play. Giggleberry also offers a cafe in the event you'd like to grab a bite to eat. There is seating specifically for cafe diners here, as well as clean restrooms. Overall, my boys liked Giggleberry Fair and the new arcade system. There were no small tokens to keep track of and the card can be easily reloaded. The games were fun and their points could be traded in for small prizes at the end of their visit, which kids always like. I would recommend coming here to keep little ones entertained when you're in the area. Definitely try out Giggleberry Mountain if your kids like that sort of thing, as it is great for burning off steam! *Disclosure - my boys were given a complimentary visit to Giggeberry Fair in order to facilitate this review. The opinions expressed here, however, are entirely our own.