Innovative Film City. This place was about as Indian as you can get. Except, it was clean, and they had a really nice McDonald's. It was tacky, run down, the rides looked pieced together, the Disney characters were rip-offs, and there was a peeing-boy fountain. What more do you need?'
Actually, we really enjoyed it. It was inexpensive, and occupied a full day. The mirror maze and the Ripley's Believe it Or Not were great. I've been to several Ripley's museums, and this wasn't any worse than the others I've seen. They also had a double-decker carousel and a roller coaster that actually made my stomach flip a little bit.
I can only assume that is Mickey Mouse.
Buddha filled with shredded bills from the US Mint... (At Ripley's Believe it Or Not)
Animatronic Dinosaurs (aka the reason we went).
They had a small fossil museum as well.
What's with the maniacal WWII machine-gunners?
Louis Toussaud's Wax Museum. They did a good job with Walt, but what's with the blue Donald?
Skimo... It's a treat!