Sacramento’s Fairytale Town begins three-phase $3 to $6 million expansion

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Sacramento’s Fairytale Town is preparing a $3 to $6 million expansion within the next few years.

WMB Architects, based in Sacramento and Stockton, will design the new admissions building and entry plaza, Sacramento Story Center building and park layout.

The 3.5 acre park celebrating its 60th anniversary, will increase in size by a half-acre, to improve capacity for more than 250,000 visitors each year.

“The front gate entry was designed decades ago to serve a fraction of the audience now served,” the park says in its website announcement. “The same can be said for restroom facilities, food and beverage stations, and retail operations.”

Work will start with the exterior fence on the south and east sides, which will be moved to incorporate the additional half-acre beginning in mid-February.

The project has been broken down into three phases set over two to five years outlined on the park’s website:

Phase 1

Build Story Center
Build Box Office and Administration Building
Build outdoor classroom
Facility furniture and equipment
Improve interior and exterior walkways
Improve lighting

Phase 2

Build additional playsets
Additional walkway work
Garden installation
Facility furniture and equipment
Café improvements

Phase 3

Build new playsets
Additional walkways
Final lighting improvements
Demolish and rebuild restroom shared with Land Park


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