Thanksgiving Point offers an array of different activities. While visiting Thanksgiving Point you can enjoy educational experiences at the Museum of Ancient Life where you can learn about Dinosaurs and fossils. This museum, which opened in June of 2000, invites guests to become physically involved with their 50 interactive displays. The museum is also home to the Mammoth Screen, a 3D theater measuring 6-stories high. Farm Country at Thanksgiving Point offers families an “on the farm” experience. There are dozens of farm animals that are available to the public to pet and feed; wagon and pony rides also available. The Thanksgiving Point gardens hosts 15 separate themed gardens. The gardens also offer horticulture classes and youth educational classes as well as field trip opportunities. In April and May, the gardens host the Tulip Festival which features 250,000 tulips. Tours and events are also offered during this time. The Water Tower Plaza offers dining and shopping experiences and is also available for hosting private events. Within walking distance of the Water Tower Plaza is the Larry H. Miller Megaplex 8 theater. Educational experiences are also available at the Art Institute. Classes are available in watercolor painting, glass blowing, oil painting, as well as children art classes. The nearby golf course, the Golf Club at Thanksgiving Point, was designed by long-time golf pro, and current golf announcer, Johnny Miller. It ranks as the largest golf club in the state and offers packages and pass options. There is something for everyone at Thanksgiving Point.