If you go to Hell, you might as well get a T-shirt. If you do not want to go to Hell, but want a T-shirt anyway, they have a good website that even tells you the History of Hell. T-shirts have some predictable humour like:
• I went to Hell and back
• Hell froze over (they actually do have bad winters)
• Someone went to Hell and all I got was this lousy T-shirt
You get the idea.
There were a couple of picnic tables around, and a mini-golf course (although not yet opened on the 1st of May, but that's ok it was a little chilly and damp for it). As well, there were those signs to stand behind and get your photo taken looking through for fun!
It was the perfect rest stop after buying our ice cream cones at Screams to sit out and enjoy.
The Country Store is rather a local general store, along with having some souvenirs, and the post office.
We had bought some postcards in Scream so went to mail them at the Country Store... they add a neat little touch - the bottom edge of the card is set alight to get some flame/burnt/smoke marks on the card! A cute touch!
What to buy: Mail your cards and letters from Hell
What to pay: No extra charge for the service.
Ok, now anyone who is going to go to Hell knows (or should know) that it is not a serious matter, and shouldn't be upset to see the Scream Ice Cream Shop and the decore around. If you are expecting otherwise, well then YOU did NOT do your home work! You go to Hell with a sense of humour... a sense of anticipation and fun. You encounter people working in the country store and Scream (we didn't get into the restaurant next door but I imagine they're similar) who enjoy people, who are friendly and helpful and make the whole experience a treat.
Unique Suggestions: Get an ice cream at Scream.... I can highly reccommend the cups that they heat and mold for you - it takes a couple of minutes, time to go looking around the shop. If it were closer, I'd be there for Halloween for sure! What a fun place. Gag stuff... fun stuff... and wow! That ice cream was good - and the wafting smell of the vanilla in the waffle cone was amazing!