We could go on all day about what we think our kids want to do, but no one knows them better than, well, them.
In the first installment of The Wright-Up, seven year old arts and entertainment enthusiast Wright Press took a visit (not by himself, though) to Delaware’s Olentangy Caverns, and he’s ready to give you the scoop.
The unique space has long been a favorite spot for adventurous families, so even if you’re already familiar with Olentagy Caverns, you likely still have something to learn considering it directly from a kid’s perspective.
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Wright stopped by in late June, and here’s what he had to say:
The Wright-Up, Chapter 1
- You get to work together on the maze.
- The workers are kind.
- I want there to be a museum.
In case you didn’t know, Olentangy Caverns offers a whole lot more than just cave tours (which are also great), including:
A Treasure Hunt Maze
A Petting Zoo
A Bigfoot Walking Trail
While the lack of a museum might be a tough pill to swallow for some potential visitors, according to Wright, it didn’t take away from the overall experience, as he gave the Caverns a rating of five stars (out of five possible).
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