SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Humpty Dumpty is getting closer to some new company.
We’re learning more about efforts to expand Fairytale Town in Sacramento for the first time in 50 years.READ MORE: WATCH: 5-Year-Old Manteca T-Ball Player's Walk-Up Dance Goes Viral On TikTok
An online auction that wrapped up over the weekend raked in $37,000 in just 10 days for the storybook park.
The money will go towards a three-phase expansion plan that includes the park’s first-ever indoor attraction.READ MORE: 'We Have To Do Something': Assembly Passes Bill That Would Allow California Parents To Sue For Social Media Addiction
“There will be a place for them to sit down and illustrate and write out their own stories,” said Kevin Smith-Fagan, the parks executive director. “There will be a stage where they can act out dramas of their own creation.”
The expansion is funded by $1.8 million in grant money.MORE NEWS: Quail Fire In Vacaville Now 100% Contained
Fairytale Town is still hoping to raise another $1.5 million for a new welcome center.