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Harker & Hall Architecture Ltd. Portfolio

Post by Rhiannon D Harker » Sat Feb 09, 2019 10:41 pm

Harker and Hall Architecture Ltd., owned by Dennis Harker and Albert Hall, is an architectural design and building firm. Rhiannon Harker serves as Public Relations Representative. The firm's home office is on Harkers' Island off the coast of Eldicor on the western side of the Rhydinian continent. They have a satellite office in Old Temple near the district's baronial manor in the law offices of Rachael MacLeod.

H&H currently sponsors a project to provide emergency housing for victims of disasters and displaced persons. Their most extensive project to date is the Rhydin Observatory Complex and Botanical Garden. Other civic projects, finished and in progress, include the Old Market West Side Emergency Services and Urgent Care Center, the Dockside Emergency Services and Medical Center, and Sarengrave House.

While Harker and Hall is responsible for the development and construction of the Hatton Point Children's Playpark, inquiries regarding Hatton Point, Arcadia, and Arcasa facilities should be directed to Aja Bird.

Several projects were done in collaboration with Race Bannen of Mad Hatter Enterprises for Wonderplex and Typhoon Bay. Inquiries regarding those establishments should be sent to Mr. Bannen.

((This thread is for the building projects that are/will be credited to H&H.))
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Post by Rhiannon D Harker » Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:19 am

Hatton Point - Children's Play Park

H&H sponsored and did the construction for the Hatton Point Children's Play Park. The design was primarily created by Mairead Harker with assistance from her father, Dennis Harker. Maggie's vision includes the following:

Hatton Point - Children's Play Park: Phase I - Campground and Fishing Area

A family campground with fishing and picnic areas. Comfort facilities are also provided. For those that don't care for tent camping, there is an area with cabins nearby. The campground has its own playground. The Play Park camping facilities are located in a grove at the center of the park. Personal tents and camping gear are welcome. While shower and rest room facilities are available, this area is considered to be primitive camping. Charcoal grills are available for general use. A camp store is located nearby for purchasing food supplies. The campground has a stocked fishing pond and playground. For those wishing to to have indoor sleeping quarters and/or cooking facilities private cabins are available. Lodges are also available for large groups.

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Hatton Point - Children's Play Park: Phase II - Kids' Castle Theater

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Rear View
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Overview and layout
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Theater Stage
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The castle has an indoor buffet style dining area, full bathroom facilities, outdoor dining and play areas. The two story theater has adult instructors on hand to aid children to learn and develop their stage talents and skills such as acting, singing, dancing, and prestidigitation. For those that prefer more athletic endeavors, an archery range and swimming pool moat are available.

The castle has an indoor buffet style dining area with a selection of foods including venison, turkey, and trout dishes for entrees. Side dishes, vegetarian entrees, and desserts vary seasonally. The main dining hall is indoors, but outdoor tables are available as well as a play area with spring horses.

There are full bathroom facilities that double as changing rooms. The two story theater has adult instructors on hand to aid children to learn and develop their stage talents and skills such as acting, singing, dancing, and prestidigitation. Costumes, props, and DJ booth are provided for the convenience of the young actors, musicians, and any adults chaperoning them.

For those that prefer more athletic endeavors, an archery range and swimming pool moat are available. Life guards and an archery instructor are on duty while the theater and grounds are open to the public.

A similar castle venue is available at Hatton Point for weddings and other events for older audiences. Use of the castle or children's theater for private or group events can be arranged through Hatton Point's management office.
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Hatton Point - Children's Play Park: Phase III: S. S. Mini-Mate

The S. S. Mini-Mate has a play area and comfort facilities inside the ship. Costumes and props are provided for children that want to play pirates on the high seas. The venue is located on a coastal section of Hatton Point. Children and their adult chaperones will be able to climb aboard this refurbished and currently stationary galleon. Kids can play pirate, learn the art of sailing, how to tie nautical knots, navigate by the stars, or just relax by the water. A redwood deck provides a dry path from the ship to the shore as well as seating to enjoy the scenic vista. An artificial waterfall as well as luminescent coral plants lend to the oceanic atmosphere.

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Indoor playroom
This area is primarily for the tots that are not quite ready for the on deck activities or for inclement weather. Below this deck are sleeping quarters and more comfort facilities for overnight and weekend accommodations. These areas are accessed through the side door entrance of the ship. There is also a Captain's cabin in the upper section of the ship.

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Life guards are on duty for those that wish take part in swimming, snorkeling, and other water related activities. Swimming and snorkeling classes are offered for all age groups. Scuba diving lessons are available on a limited basis.

The Siren's Song is a hibachi style restaurant that features fresh seafood and other grilled items. Vegetarian fare is available.

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((The images were made in Sims 3. The pirate ship is from the Barnacle Bay World and Buccaneer's Bounty sets.
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Hatton Point - Children's Play Park: Phase IV: Butterfly Village

Butterfly Village is a climate controlled biogesic dome to help children learn the basics of gardening, plant identification, bee keeping, herbology, and lepidoptery (studying butterflies and moths).
There are two active beehives on the premises as well as several species of butterflies and birds.

Basement level:
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Exterior views:
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Post by Rhiannon D Harker » Sat Feb 16, 2019 1:11 am

West Side Old Market Emergency Services and Urgent Care Center
Also known as WSOM Emergency Center

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The ground and upper level of the fire station building were completed in 2014 during the tenure of Rhiannon Harker as the Baroness of Old Market. Currently, the basement is being renovated to serve as an emergency shelter. An urgent care center, sponsored by Mairead Harker (24th Baron of Old Market), Riverview Clinic, and the MacLeod Foundation, was built next to the fire station. The clinic and shelter were operational in January 2016.

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The basement level urgent care surgical and recovery unit has three fully equipped surgery rooms and four recovery beds. Limited neonatal facilities are available. Staff kitchen, lounge, and sleeping facilities are open to all urgent care staff. The sleeping facilities have six beds with vanity and personal storage available. Four all-in-one staff bathrooms are located within the surgical nurses' station and triage area. The area can be accessed via stairs and elevator in the urgent care center.

The emergency shelter can be accessed via stairs through the fire station. For those with disabilities, injuries, or small children access can also be gained through the elevator in the urgent care center. The communal kitchen and dining area can seat 38 people plus infants/toddlers in high chairs. There is a small lounge with TV/movies and some games. When meals are not being served, the dining area is suitable for board, card, and some other group games. There are four sets of washers and dryers. H&H's design includes two large rooms with six bunk beds each. Eight all-in-one bathrooms and two dressing areas are available in this area. There are seven rooms set aside for family groups of various sizes. Each room has an all-in-one bathroom, mini-fridge, and microwave. Those in need of long term arrangements for housing will be given temporary shelter and assistance in finding more permanent quarters.

Bathroom units offer complete privacy to individuals. They also have a slimline waterproof storage area in the wall to hold clothing while a shower is being taken. Dressing rooms have privacy locks.

Ground level of the urgent care features a well baby care clinic, children's play area, full service pharmacy, and cafe. All areas are labeled:
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Second floor of the urgent care houses laboratories, imaging equipment, a small physical therapy clinic, and a classroom. Features are labeled:
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Fire Station

First floor houses the office, lounge, and garage areas.
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Second floor is living quarters for the personnel on duty. This area has three 3/4 bathrooms, full kitchen, lounge, work out area, and sleeps ten adults.
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ROCBG - Rhydin Observatory Complex and Botanical Garden

The ROCBG was built on a land grant donated to the city of Rhydin by Briarius Ravensheart and is located behind the Ravensheart Academy's Administration Building in Dragon's Gate. Then Governor Fionna Helston al-Amat had polled citizens for opinions on uses for land parcel 34-j7f005. The suggestions included an observatory, botanical garden, and public gardening space. After running the numbers on the land available, it was learned that there was enough space for all three of these things.

The Observatory Complex and Botanical Garden are public educational and entertainment facilities. An official opening and dedication was held at the Governor’s Yule Ball in December 2013. The patio and walkways that surround the area contain bricks engraved with dedications to the memories of deceased and missing citizens of Rhydin. Several of the park benches have also memorial plaques.

The complex’s cornerstone bears the name of Harker and Hall Architecture, Ltd. The cornerstone was one of two concessions requested in exchange for services rendered to the city. Responsible for the design, building, and upkeep of the ROCBG, H&H is a family owned and run business that operates in the City of Rhydin as well as the surrounding realms. Richard D. Harker and his longtime friend, Albert W. Hall, are the joint owners of this organization. Harker’s wife, Rhiannon, is in charge of Public Relations. Mrs. Harker also serves as General Manager for the Observatory Complex. Another member of the family, Eregor Túr Gairdín manages the Botanical Garden.

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Facilities within the observatory building honor and remember several citizens. The Botanical Garden, however, was dedicated in memory of one person, Fayalki the Hunter. For many years, Fayalki served his adopted home as a shaman and healer. He is best remembered, along with his wife, Dechirant (Dey), as a beloved bartender at the Red Dragon Inn. His tomahawk still hangs on the wall behind the bar.

The Botanical Garden is home to a variety of plant species including examples of those native and non-native to the Realm of Rhydin. There is an active beehive and an ant colony within the conservatory. While the honeybees can safely be observed from behind a plexiglass wall, a reminder is posted for the benefit of those with allergies to bee venom. Doses of Epinephrine are kept on hand as an emergency precaution. Some of the honey produced by the hive is sold in jars and products sold in the cafe of observatory building. Restrooms are located just outside the conservatory.

There are plenty of places on the grounds to enjoy a stroll, a quiet place to think or read, or enjoy a picnic in the grove. A gazebo has played host to a few weddings and performances of local artists. A small carousel for children is open most of the year. Several greenhouses and garden plots are available to the public, free of charge. The only stipulation is those patrons that are growing plants known or found to be poisonous do so in one of the smaller, single holder, greenhouses that can be locked. During the winter freezes, a large pond is used for ice skating.
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The Observatory Complex boasts a number of facilities for the citizenry. Various classes are held, year round, including swimming, cooking, baking, dance, arts & crafts, astronomy, public speaking, basic computer operations and research skill. Classes for adults wishing to learn to read and write in the common language of Rhydin are available as weekday, evening, and weekend programs.

ROCBG has several available job opportunities. Information is available at the second floor reception desk during operating hours.

Current Facilities

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Morgan le Fay du Cornwall Magic and Alchemy Laboratory


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Named in honor of the Lady Morgan le Fay du Cornwall: 96th Overlord of the Duel of Swords, former Baroness of Old Market, and former holder of the 4 and 5th baronial rings.

The Philosophy and Practices of Alchemy - This class covers the history of the ancient forerunner of modern chemistry. Experimentation based upon those methods is a part of laboratory instruction.
Young beginners’, ages 5-10, sessions are on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1pm-3pm.
Second level beginners’, ages 11-17, sessions are on Monday and Wednesdays, 1pm-3pm.
Classes for adults, 18 years and older, are two mornings, 9am-11am, (M&W or T&Th) per week. Adult students may also arrange for classes by appointment. The adult class includes a unit on preparing gems and gem dust for experiments.

Magical Studies, begin at 4pm and ending at 6pm, 7 days per week. Anyone age 10 and up may sign up. Students between 5 and 10 years will have a private group class and all students 5-17yrs must have a signed approval from a parent or guardian. Private sessions by appointment. Books and other materials are provided for all classes.

Secondary and undergraduate students may apply for credits toward their diploma. Approval from their school is required.

Edward Batten Science Laboratory


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Named in honor of philanthropist, entrepreneur, and owner of Batten Industries, Edward Batten. Mr. Batten’s contributions to the city, including the safe delivery of RBF vaccines, are numerous.

Basic chemistry classes for students 10-17 are held in the basement lab, M-F, 1pm-3pm. Science classes for young children, ages 5-10 years, are held from 10am-noon, M-F. Week day classes are held in cooperation with several local schools. Weekend and evening classes are also eligible to be used as credit for several of Rhydin’s undergraduate programs.

Mur Ollavan Vinification Laboratory

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Named in honor of Mur Ollavan. Mur is one of the few to have held the top title in all three of Rhydin’s dueling venues. He is also known for his appreciation of various alcoholic vintages.

This lab is for private and public group usage. Wine making classes are in the basement classroom from 7pm-9pm, M-F. This class is open to students 18 and older. Adults and children are invited to take part in the afternoon or weekend class series for juice making. Some of the beverages created here as well as a recipe book are available for purchase in the café. Specially crafted storage units create an ideal atmosphere to age various beverages.


All laboratories have been set up in the basement level rooms in order to allow the fullest protection to the other students and general populous from accidents. Walls, floors, and ceilings in the labs have been carefully reinforced to withstand seismographic vibrations and provide protection against fires.


Candy R. Hart Natatorium

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Named in honor of Candy R. Hart: 90th Overlord of the Duel of Swords and former Baroness of Old Market.

The natatorium covers nearly a third of the basement level. The pool has depths from two feet to fifteen feet to accommodate swimmers of all skill levels. Restroom, shower, and baby changing facilities are located in the pool area. A saltwater aquarium has been installed in the entrance wall.

Swimming classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students are held in the Natatorium. Several instructors are on hand and positions are open for qualified lifeguards. Hours are posted in the building for swimming, CPR, and first aid classes for certification, as well as availability for private events and small parties.
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G'nort Dragoon-Talanador Recreation Center


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Named in honor of G'nort Dragoon-Talanador: 103rd Overlord of the Duel of Swords, one of two people to have been the Baron of all seven of the named districts, former holder of the 4th, 5th, and 9th baronial rings, and former owner of the Rhydin Duel of Swords Arena. He is well known for his quick wit, sense of humor, and service to the city of Rhydin.

The recreation center fills the remaining space in the basement level. Several games including pool tables, foosball, arcade machines, chess tables, etc. are located in a comfortable space. Students can take a study break and unwind. Others can have a little fun increasing their skills or challenging friends.
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Ground Level

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Kathryn Batten Café

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Named in honor of Kathryn ‘Katt’ Batten: pâtissière, philanthropist, and former Governor of Rhydin.

The café includes two buffet tables, indoor seating, and tables on the patio for those that wish to enjoy their meals outdoors. An elevator provides easy access to transport freshly made meals, snacks, and desserts between the industrial kitchen on the second floor and the ground floor café. A wood fire pizza oven, refrigerated dessert case, and beverage bar are among the features that make it a cozy place. Advance notice is required to reserve the facility for private parties or large public events.



Sheridan Driscoll Performing Arts Center

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Named in honor of Sheridan Driscoll: luthier and former Governor of Rhydin.

The performance hall was built with materials to enhance the acoustics. It can be set up for musical and dance performances. Being adjacent to the café makes it an ideal place for parties and receptions.


Tasslehofl Momus Library and Media Center

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Named in honor of John Tasslehofl Momus: 81st Overlord of the Duel of Swords and holder of several other titles, owner of the Momus Athenaeum.

The library and media center requires a membership, but use of the facility is free of charge. Classes in basic computer skills, resume writing, and creative writing are held twice a week. Several self-paced classes are available for personal enrichment and school credits. Books and other materials may be checked out for use at home or used through the city’s digital services networks.

Ebon and Phen Ilnaren Childcare Center


Named in honor of Ebon and Phen Seer Ilnaren: well-known for their humanitarian activities especially on behalf of children, former Governor and First Lady of Rhydin.
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Daycare is available for students, employees, and visitors to the Observatory and Garden.

Fountain of Healing Waters


The Fountain of Healing Waters in the garden area is dedicated to the Scathachian Sisterhood.
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Second Floor

Floor Plan
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The second floor features a lecture hall/auditorium, commercial kitchen, dance and art studios

Fionna Helston Reception and Lecture Center

Named in honor of former Governor Fionna Helston, the reception and lecture center takes up about half of the second floor. Suitable for movie showings, meetings/classes, and overnight events.

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Ariana MacGyldren Culinary Arts Center

Named in honor of long time citizen, master baker, artist, philanthropist and owner of Divine Delights Bakery, Ariana MacGyldren. Various levels of cooking and baking classes are taught here; some by Ariana, herself. Food served in the cafe is prepared here on a daily basis.

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Riley Lo Memorial Dance Studio

Named in memory of Riley O'Rourke Lo; barrister, dance instructor, and philanthropist. Classes in ballet,tap, and other forms of dance are held here several times a week. Seasonal recitals are held on the first level of the building. The studio has its own rest room facility and changing room.

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Sylus Kurgan Sculpture and Art Studio

Named in honor of Sylus Kurgan, blacksmith and former manager of the Duel of Swords Arena. Classes in sculpture, painting, drawing, and other arts are held here several times a week.

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Observation Deck

The Matthew Simon Astronomical Center is located on the Observation Deck. Named in honor of Rhydin Air and Space Guard Commanding Office and former Governor, Matthew Algiers Simon.

There are two bilevel structures each housing a fifty seat planetarium in the lower level and a state of the art observatory in the upper level. Classes in Astronomy, Navigation, and related subjects are offered as well as private and educational group events. Like other available classes, credit will given to students that have the approval of their instructors.

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Wonderplex Additions


Harker and Hall sponsored, designed and built a children's area for Wonderplex and several venues for Typhoon Bay, subsidiaries of Mad Hatter Entertainment, owned by Race Bannen.

Wonderplex


As per the agreement with Mr. Bannen, extensive background checks were done on all potential staff members before they were hired to work in the children’s area. Harker and Hall has acquired Insurance has been acquired to cover the park's liability for potential accidents.

An urgent care center is located on site with certified medical professionals on duty during park hours to include one hour before opening and one hour after closing. The care center is similar to the one that was built on the West Side of the Old Market District including a small surgical unit.

The Sweet Shoppe - The Sweet Shoppe is an ice cream shop and bakery. Cakes and other sweet treats are baked on site. There is a small scale canning operation where children can learn to make and sample their own jam and jelly creations. They can also get some experience in cake decorating. In the rear, is a fenced in outdoor play area with a Candy Land theme.

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Back
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Floor plan
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Interior
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Kids' Arcade & Fun Center - This is a bi-level structure with a patio on the upper floor. Arcade games, pool tables, foosball, air hockey, and pinball machines as well more traditional games like chess and dominoes are currently available. There is a prize booth on the ground floor with an assortment of tech toys as well as plushies. The giant gumball machine is a popular attraction. A solar grid and skylights are installed in the roof to allow the arcade to provide its own power source.
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Indoor Pool - A minimum of two lifeguards and two paramedics will be on duty during open hours.
The pool has skylight roof to allow the building to be lit and warmed by natural light and heat during daylight hours. In addition to other restrooms, there are two family style restroom/changing room areas. Two diving boards and a sliding board are available. Life vests are provided for beginning swimmers. Two certified swimming instructors have already been added to the staff and a schedule is being arranged. Classes will be held twice a week and the pool will be open to students only during those sessions. A vendor selling various snacks and drinks is located outside the natatorium.
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Bird’s eye view
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Infant and Toddler Care Centers - There are houses that have been built in the children's area to accommodate infants and toddlers that are too young or too easily tired out for some of the attractions throughout Wonderplex. Each of these child care centers has a play yard with a tall privacy fence. Sandboxes and kiddie pools are some of the outdoor toys available. Latches on the gates as well as the entrances to the building are connected to a security system. The first floor houses an office, a kitchen, two full bathrooms, a first aid center, the infant room, and a playroom. Second floor has the toddler sleeping areas, laundry facilities, two full bathrooms, a playroom, and a quiet room. Each building has a nurse on duty at all times as well as several attendants that divide the duties of cooking and child care.
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Post by Rhiannon D Harker » Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:42 pm

Wonderplex Express and Train Station

Train and Station
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Dining Car Interior
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Bird’s Eye View - Sleeper Carriage and Drawing Rooms
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Wonderplex Express - The Wonderplex Express is a train and train station. The train makes a circuit around the children's area during the week. On weekends and holidays, it circles the entire park. The attraction is available for private parties and overnight or weekend stays. Children and their older family members are able to experience dining and sleeping on train cars as was once popular in days gone by. Each pair of cars has a dining car with a small kitchen and a car with two sleeping and drawing rooms. All-in-bathroom and shower facilities are available. The drawing room sofas can be converted to create additional sleeping space. The train station has a waiting room, comfort facilities, and a small snack bar.

Children's Carnival and Circus

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Amusement rides including bumper cars, roller coaster, ferris wheel, and a carousel. A variety of games and snack stands are also featured.

The circus has several traditional acts including magicians, trapeze artists, and clowns. Animal acts, include live animals, animatronic and holographic creatures. All live animals are properly cared for and are under the supervision of the staff veterinarian. They are not unwilling participants in the spectacle.


Gypsy camp

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Some locals that live according to some of the traditions of their Romany ancestors give open fire cooking demonstrations coupled with lessons in herb lore and perform live music. While palmistry and some other forms of divination like tarot cards are often attributed to originating within gypsy culture, it is not necessarily the truth of the matter. Park guests are reminded that the readings being done are for primarily for entertainment purposes.

((To be added in future: Farm Life, Ren Faire Castle, and Movie Theater))
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Typhoon Bay Additions

Harker and Hall sponsored, designed and built a children's area for Wonderplex and several venues for Typhoon Bay, subsidiaries of Mad Hatter Entertainment, owned by Race Bannen.


Typhoon Bay: Sightseeing Boat and Beach Picnic Area

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Enjoy a picnic on the beach or an adventure on the water! Classes in boat safety, navigation, and piloting are held daily. This venue is available for private parties. Amenities include below deck sleeping quarters with comfort facilities for eighteen people in any combination of children and adults along with four cribs for infants and/or toddlers. The main deck has a full service galley and an open deck area for fishing. Deck Two is an observation deck to enjoy the sites along the water regardless of the weather. Deck Three a clear covered patio and outdoor kitchen.

Wedding Venues - Land and Sea
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Surf and Turf Restaurant
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Riverboat Casino
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