Find yourself singing along to “Can’t Stop the Feeling” by Justin Timberlake? Are Poppy and Branch your kid’s favorite characters? Do you have DreamWorks Trolls toys throughout the house? Are you finding yourself reminiscing about all of the Trolls that you had growing up as a child? It looks like a visit to the Troll Hole Museum in Alliance is in your near future!
On April 27th from 10AM until 5PM get ready to explore Downtown Alliance and go on a scavenger hunt to find the missing trolls! Pick up a map at the Troll Hole Museum and go on an adventure to 17 different businesses, all within walking distance! At each location, you will get a stamp on your map and will also be rewarded a small prize. Bring your completed map back to the Troll Hole Museum and be entered into the Grand Prize Drawing! Prizes include a Fire 7 tablet with Alexa and overnight stay at Courtyard Marriott in Jackson Township, plus MANY MORE! This FREE event is perfect for all ages.
Make sure to make time to take a tour of the Troll Hole Museum! Your tour guide will tell you the legend of the Troll, from the very beginning where it all began in Norway. You will even get to see Norwegian Trolls, and their legendary tales that influenced the modern-day gem that has become the staple within our childhood memories! Visitors come from far and wide to visit and learn about the magical supernatural creatures from ancient Scandinavian folk tales to modern troll sightings and the evolution of Troll dolls. Instantly you will find yourself immersed in the myth and magic of trolls as you stroll through the mushroom garden and grotto where the trolls have built their home. Currently, the Troll Hole is the world record holder for the largest collection of Troll dolls as certified by Guinness World Records and the World Record Academy, with a total of 8,130 unique trolls. They are also the home to 10,000 more trolls and troll memorabilia—and explore the new Dreamworks Trolls exhibit!
To find out more about the event and to schedule a tour at the Troll Hole Museum—call 330.596.1157 or visit their website at thetrollhole.com.