This was our first time to Witch Fest and Six Hags. It's been on my list of things to do here in Utah for years and I'm so glad we finally made it happen. Next time my kids want to dress up! Luckily they had a face painter, (she was amazing!). So the kids felt a little more festive.
And let me just tell you, our face paint lasted through lunch, playing hard at Six Hags, dinner, play time with friends... It still looked perfect when it was time for bed. I even debated letting them sleep with it on, but the kids really needed a bath after the corn pit at Six Hags.
If you ever need a face painter, or if you visit Witch Fest, be sure to track down Artsee Entertainment, they did a fantastic job!
Here's the run down.
Witch Fest is free! It's every little girls dream come true. My 10 and 3 year old girls loved it. My 6 year old boy thought there were some pretty funny witches. The witch on the potty won him over. My 12 year old son wasn't into it at all, but he was a good sport.
Six Hags is next door. It's $6 per person and totally worth it!
All of my kids had a blast and could have stayed for hours! Its like a pumpkin patch without the pumpkins, and for a fraction of the cost of some of the patches that we have visited this year.
We stopped by Naborhood Bakery and I'm SO glad we did! They have a great food menu and so many beautiful treats!
The kids got pizza and turkey sliders from the kids menu and I got the pesto panini. We all loved the food! We definitely recommend stopping there for lunch when you go visit Witch Fest. Lunch time was busy so be sure to visit early or after the lunch rush. They also had beautiful HUGE loaves of homemade bread for $2 that I'm kicking myself for not buying.
I ordered a few desserts to share. A huge cinnamon roll, an eclair (I didn't share the eclair, sorry, not sorry, mamas pregnant), and a giant red velvet dessert.
I don't think you can go wrong with anything you order there.
Be sure to add Witch Fest and Six Hags to your October Bucketlist!
See Past Gardner Village posts here!