Summerfest 2015 at the Gaylord Texan featuring The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Last weekend we decided to take a little adventure to see the Summerfest featuring The Wonderful Wizard of Oz at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine, Texas. There were so many fun things to do and most of them were free!
The first thing we did was go to the concierge and picked up a map for the OOHS & Oz Self-Guided Art Tour, The Self-Guided Horticulture Tour, and The Lost Treasures of Oz Scavenger Hunt.
With her map in hand, we were off to find all the original artwork from local Texas artists.
Here were some of Madison’s favorites:
We also ran into other fun Wizard of Oz decorations along the way!
Madison and Jeff had fun playing checkers and cornhole.
Then we stopped to have lunch at the Riverwalk Catina. We had a table right next to the water so Madison could watch the koi fish while we ate.
After lunch we did the scavenger hunt, which I will say is a little challenging, but lots of fun. It costs $5 and all the net profits support the Children’s Miracle Network.
We ran into some fun things to see along the way, like a very tall fountain and the Gaylord made of out Legos from Legoland!
When Madison’s completed the Scavenger Hunt she went to the concierge’s desk and received her prize. She was very very proud!
And it wouldn’t be a trip to see the Summerfest featuring The Wonderful Wizard of Oz without a picture with the scarecrow and the tin man in front of the yellow brick road. 🙂