Ever wonder where Cabbage Patch babies are born?
They’re born at Babyland General Hospital, a unique and beloved attraction in Cleveland, Georgia. If driving through the foothills of the Northern Georgia mountains, take the time to stop at this adorable destination! The hospital also features beautiful gardens, walking trails, and a butterfly habitat.
The hospital is the birthplace of the beloved Cabbage Patch Kids and the Little People, which have been popular with children and collectors for decades. Visitors can see the dolls being “born” and even adopt their own Cabbage Patch Kid.
The hospital offers an interactive experience that allows visitors to witness the birth of a Cabbage Patch Kid in the Magic Crystal Tree, then watch as it is brought to life by the Bunnybees.
Visitors are sure to find your perfect match in our Cabbage Patch. Cabbage Patch Kids and Babies come in many sizes, color combinations and adoption fees. Each one is looking for someone to love, and you can choose features that look just like you – Eye Color, Hair Color, Size, Skin Tone.
Did you know? A few of the “Kids” claim to fame: featured on the cover of Newsweek magazine; official mascot of the US Olympic Team in Barcelona & Atlanta games; flew in the US Space Shuttle; commemorated on a US Postage stamp; and in the 1980’s, Andy Warhol created a series of Cabbage Patch Kids silkscreen prints.
Babyland General Hospital is a fun and educational experience for all ages. It’s a great place for families to spend the day, and also makes for a unique nostalgic trip for adults who remember playing with Cabbage Patch Kids when they were children. Admission is Free.
Visit: Babyland General® Hospital 300 N.O.K. Dr, Cleveland, Georgia 30528; 706-865-2171; https://cabbagepatchkids.com
- By Nancy Radlauer, Editor-in-Chief; Editor.InboundMagazine@gmail.com