by Les Breakfast Television visited us last November to celebrate
Indy's release to blu-ray. Here's Part 1 of the video showcasing
Drew and Jeremy's time spent at Ravenwood...
April 2012 Posted
08:00 by Les Sorry
for the updates to this page - they seem to get put everywhere
BUT here! Be sure to check out our Facebook page for up-to-date
renovated arcade area with the two new fruit machines from the
May 2009 Posted
08:00 by Les I'm
happy to unveil the RAVENWOOD museum dedicated to all things
began in October 2006 and was completed some 10 months later.
It measures approx. 25 x 44 feet with a ceiling height of almost
It has 2 bay
windows that overlook the 8-acres it is located on. The museum
currently houses over 5,000 Indiana Jones collectibles from around
you enter the building you are greeted by some familiar insects
Note the crates
in the rear - who knows what they contain ;)
as you climb to the 2nd floor you will pass the gift shop (everytime
a tour comes through we always had 'complaints' that they couldn't
leave with any Indy stuff) - so we added a place where new and
old fans could leave with something in everyones budget - $1 -
$100. Kids (10 and under) always receive free gifts.
museum is actually a self-contained building within a building.
So a set of double-doors await those brave enough to enter!
all the bubble-wrapped items on the floor - that was the life-size
Indiana Jones statue that was created for promtional use in Germany
for the DVD release. All those parts will assemble to create this
is a better shot of what you'll see as you enter the doors -
is a shot of the statue just after it was assembled and placed
on it's base -
they were not allowed to use Harrison Ford's likeness I still
think this is very cool (constructed entirely of fibreglass).
It weighs approx. 70 lbs.