Take a Makers Faire, Carlsbad Caverns, a junkyard, an abandoned building, the Cathedral of Junk, Queen Califia’s Magic Circle, the Wisconsin Grotto, and a Tim Burton movie. Mix them all up, multiply by a gadjillion and you might start to describe the City Museum in St. Louis.
I Can’t Even
I can’t do narrative here. There’s no beginning, middle or end.
So you get stream of consciousness.
Serpent fence, Junkyard bike, Wavvy granite, Firetruck, Suspended school bus, Stepping stones over water, Gears and wrenches dog, Giant grasshopper, Two story slide, Covered climb, Ferris wheel, Water towers, Run-up ramp slide/no-slide, Wire mesh climb inside snowman, 10 story slide, Covered dome climb inside-up, Empty building core, Ancient pipe organ, Fire truck, Yellow crane, Fire-pit, Roasting marshmallows, Ball pit, Skeleton plane, Slinky climb, Another plane, Pelican, Icicle ceilings, Opera posters, Graveyard cupola, Amusement park trams, Cement whales, Cement frogs, Gargoyle, Tree nests, Crawl-through caves, Giant sewing machine, Skate park, Theater seats, Rope swings, Giant pencil, Miniature train, Glowing crystals, Conveyor-belt stair rails, Cement dolphins, Climb-inside springs, Escape holes in floor, Big Boy statue, Shoelace looms, Giant hamster wheel, Doorknob collection, Mounted insects, Ancient bank safe, Building cornices, Stain-glass windows, Robots, Electronic test equipment, Count spatula, Pinball machines, Rubber Lego’s, Toy dump trucks, Wooden blocks, giant propellers, Sumo warriors, Mounted eagles, Stuffed squirrels, Rooftop Sharks (frickin’ laser beams unnoticed), Cardboard castles, Snowflake story tellers, Painting station.
That’s about the beginning of it.