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“Community is involved”

EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens
Ranked #9 of 21 things to do in Wimberley
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Owner description: See a show under the stars on our Main Stage Theatre. Stroll through our gardens. Play on the life-sized chess/checker board or in the Musical Garden. Have a picnic or visit the hilltop Veterans Memorial Plaza. We offer productions, classes, camps, and events year round and our grounds are open daily from dawn to dusk. Admission to grounds is free. Tickets are available for purchase for performances.
Reviewed 23 April 2014

Lovely place to wander for an hour to see what the city and the community of Wimberley does to beautify their community.

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Reviewed 22 April 2014 via mobile

On a recent trip to Wimberley, we took our 2 daughters (aged 4 & 5) to see Rapunzel and they loved it. The location was easy to find near the high school, and the staff were all friendly and welcoming. This interactive production was held indoors and small enough to have an excellent view no matter where you sit. It really kept the kids attention, and was just the right length (~45 min). Afterwards the kids could meet and talk with the actors. We enjoyed walking around the gardens as well. Would definitely recommend this place to anyone visiting the area!

1  Thank TravelingforFunTexas
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Reviewed 7 January 2014

What a great display of Christmas Lights and Decorations. It is Free (but donations welcomed). We visited on New Years Eve which was very nice as most places would be closed on this day. Very Beautiful, entertaining and Great (Free) Hot Chocolate. They have a camp fire going which was nice on this cold evening. Lots of walking through the gardens which adds to the Christmas Displays. Especially liked the "What Does Santa Do after Christmas" display - showing him fishing. They also had little cottages decorations, Cinderella Carriage, Train Rides, and activities for the kids. We are already making plans to visit next year as we believe it is worth the drive to visit.

3  Thank Carlos_Texas
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Reviewed 9 July 2013

My friends and I stumbled upon the Emily Ann on a weekend getaway. The thrill of watching theater outside was so fun - this isn't Broadway, but the production was well thought out. There was trouble with the sound system, but overall it was VERY family friendly and if the show was right, I would come back!

1  Thank Ashley H
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Reviewed 10 June 2013

This is a great little surprise! You walk through a butterfly and water garden back to an outdoor theater.

We saw the Sound of Music. The actors were all amazing. The show had some sound problems with the mics making a loud screeching noise just a few times. We never had a problem hearing the actors. The actors wore headsets and everything came across loud enough and with good clarity. The props and lighting was above what I expected from an outdoor theater with tickets only $15.

They even have bug spray you can use for free at the ticket booth! We didn't feel or see any bugs. Either the bug spray worked really well or those little bugs just decided to stay home on the night we were there.

They have a small souvenir store and a small concession stand near the stage. Restrooms are just above the seating area. Some of the parents brought small blankets for their kiddos to lay on the ground in front of the stage to watch the play. They have plastic chairs for seating. You can pick up a cushion for your chair from a trailer near the stage- the only thing they ask is that you bring it back to the trailer after the show. I did see an attendant with a golf cart offering anyone needing assistance a ride to the stage area.

We thought it was a great play and enjoyed the experience.

2  Thank louHR
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