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Babyland General Hospital - home of the Cabbage Patch Kids (originally called "Little People") The facility is presented as a birthing, nursery, and adoption center for premium Cabbage Patch Kids.
The two RV Gypsies visited Babyland General Hospital twice; once in May 2008 and again in May 2010.
There was no entry charge. Below find photos from both visits.
Babyland General Hospital - Home of The Cabbage Patch Kids - May 3, 2010
After 30 years on Underwood Street in Cleveland, Georgia (where it was in 2008) Babyland General Hospital opened its new 70,000-square foot building in a new location just in time for the annual Cabbage Patch Kids’ Appalachian Christmas celebration. Although the two RV Gypsies found the outside of the new building quite impressive and the inside very bright, attractive and inviting; they missed the smaller, individual rooms of the old building. The individual rooms seemed more quaint, however both visits were enjoyable.
the new building
the new building
the new building
The first room in the new building, with display cases of Cabbage Patch Dolls, mostly in the $16,000 price range.
An incubator with
cabbage patch doll heads
The first room
The first views of the main room, lots of open space, Christmas trees and displays of Cabbage Patch dolls. Impressive at first glance.
an overview of the room
an overview of the room
Because things are not in individual rooms anymore, each section that gets photographed also has lots in the background
castle and babies
tree house full of babies

This is a small section of a cute display that had the babies growing out of the cabbage patches. Some of the babies would bounce up and down. How Cute!

babies growing
This didn't photograph well,
but it was a flashing, sparkling sign.
The stork in the new baby room
sparkling sign - Cabbage Patch Kids
stork and baby
These are just two of many airplanes hanging from the ceiling high above.
airplane and baby
airplane and baby
Christmas babies
Christmas babies
Babyland General Hospital - Home of The Cabbage Patch Kids - 2008
These signs outside the old building are not anywhere outside the new building. The sign on the right is a favorite of the two RV Gypsies.
sign - Babyland General Hospital
entrance sign at Babyland General Hospital
The school area is in a room of its own, with the school bus full of babies, a dining area and the teacher
The two RV Gypsies brought the teacher an apple
laughing dudeBelow: cute babies
Birthing ceremony - Dolls are "birthed" every hour during business hours in a procedure during which one of the "LPN's" (Licensed Patch Nurse) assists the Magic Crystal Tree in producing each doll. When the intercom announces that a Mother Cabbage is in labor, a nurse hurries to get ready for delivery of a new Cabbage Patch baby. With the nurse are the pink and blue bunnybees that pollinate the kids with crystals, determining if the newborn is a boy- blue crystal or girl- pink crystal. The nurse comments on how much the Tree is dilated and injects with "Imagicillin," an "experimental but highly recommended" drug. The two RV Gypsies did not see this happen in the new building.
The Birth of a new
Cabbage Patch Baby
Waterfalls in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia and more
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Blue Hole Falls
High Shoals Creek Falls
Duke Creek Falls
DeSoto Falls
BabyLand General Hospital -
Birthplace of the Cabbage Patch Dolls
Cleveland and Helen, Georgia
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