SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Some big changes are headed to Fairytale Town after the city of Sacramento approved a half-acre expansion plan.

(credit: Fairytale Town)

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Officials hope to add more open space for children to play including a story center building for more hands-on activities and an outdoor classroom for field trips and workshops.

The park plans to add up to five new playsets designed for kids ages eight to 12.

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Additionally, increased acreage will add more open spaces for kids to play.

Crews will start moving the park’s fence this month.

When the three-phase plan is finished, officials hope the park will serve over 250,000 guests each year.

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Learn more about the expansion and new additions on the Fairytale Town website.