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My kids beg to go all summer long and sometimes in the winter. Bookworm gardens is one of the most unique kids destinations I’ve ever seen with its well cared for areas dedicated to books. What a refreshing place to take kids who are otherwise...More
Finally after much encouragement by others and having driven by a number of times, we finally found an afternoon to explore Bookworms Gardens in Sheboygan. Near the UW Sheboygan campus with free parking near entrance, the grounds are a unique celebration of children's books in...More
I come here whenever I can and I am never disappointed.There are so many displays and play areas, your kids could live here. Every year they add something new, this year they put in a bench with Frog and Toad. This place is a favorite...More
It was a Tuesday in September and it was a very warm day, in the 90s. It was a special birthday and I wanted to take in this lovely garden I had heard so much about but had never gone. It was worth it. Much...More
Bookwork Gardens is a mixture of a floral garden and a childrens storybook land. Most of the exhibits are slanted towards nursery rhymes and are interactive for young children, interspaced with well kept plants.
I'm sorry, I've never seen any. There's steps going into the main entrance; you'd have to go around the bus to enter. The ground isn't the smoothest in many areas. I've gone with a stroller, but you'd probably have to stay... More
I'm sorry, I've never seen any. There's steps going into the main entrance; you'd have to go around the bus to enter. The ground isn't the smoothest in many areas. I've gone with a stroller, but you'd probably have to stay on the path with a wheelchair. I would just call to see the best way to enter or if they supply them.