Had my son's 8th birthday party here. Very friendly staff. We had a terrific hostess, much better than other venues we had tried or attended for birthday parties. They have covered picnic tables that are reserved for you when you book a party package. Reasonable prizes on the party packages comparable to other kid's venues. We paid around $16 per child (they have other cheaper/more expensive packages also) and that got us our choice of 2 activties (we chose 2 rounds of golf) a reserved table for 3 hours, pizza and unlimted drinks for the kids, tokens to use in the arcade and a dedicated hostess. Tablecloths, napkins and plates are provided, as well as silverware. They also have a fridge to store your birthday cake in. The pizzas are ordered from Round Table and they have a kitchen that serves hot dogs, chicken fingers and other small snack type items. The kids loved the golf and the arcade was a hit. The ticket redemtion counter was a fave. My son says that his friends are still talking about the party! Would definately book another party here.
I went there back in 69, it was great,then I went back in the middle 80's things has changed so much,a lot of things were blocked off,and things I didn't get to see when I went the second time.so what they have showing now is nothing from what I seen in the 60, s.it was so more exciting,and a lot more to see.but it's still great either way.the stories they told about the Mrs Winchester was so strange,that had told,that they didn't tell later in the years.i enjoyed myself the first time over the second time going.but whoever goes will have a great time,wish,and hope they bring back the real stories they have told from before,it's so much more interesting.have fun to all the people that go,it won't be a wasted trip.
We think the tour is to fast because you dont get much of a chance to look around. I would definitely like to hear more about the carpenters. The wood work is phenominal. Where did she find these men. The garden was interesting. Its a little annoying how your tour guide is talking over the automated tour speakers. It would be nice to stand there and here what the automated speakers were saying. Instead, we got he feeling of being rushed. Our tour guide said we seemed most interested. So unless your really into the whole history of the place or the arcutecture, save your money. Otherwise its worth every penny.