In 1954, a tiny children's park inspired by a collection of storybook dolls opened in the quiet village of Glen; and, through a unique combination of independent innovation and regional cooperation, Story Land has continually grown for more than 50 years through the economic and cultural changes that undermined many other amusement parks. Original.
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