When you first walk in, there's the Animal Hospital. Then you turn and look, and your jaw drops. In a massive building you'll find: A stage the size of an average living room (complete with backstage and a plethora of costumes), a fire truck, a ship, a submarine, a little house with giant flowers out front, a water area about two times the size of the living room (with baby seats built into it so your wee ones can splash), an airplane, a doctor's office, Lego station, cogs, a bunch of tracks to build a super long roller coaster (or so I presume, we didn't get to that one but walked past), and a foam block station that started with a conveyor belt bringing the 'blocks' up to the second floor where they were dumped into a crane, which brought them around to an area they were dumped in and then they spilled down into a twelve foot high case that looked like a pin-ball machine on it's side, then then made their way down to the bottom of said pin-ball-looking case and then you put them into a wagon to take them over to the conveyor belt. This whole process was done by the kids moving wheels to make each part work. It was/is the best kid's toy I have/will ever see.
Seriously. If you are ever in southern North Carolina, check it out. You won't be disappointed!
Genny and Audry at the Animal Hospital