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BabyLand General Hospital, Cleveland

(4.4/5 based on 380 reviews on the web)
Babyland General Hospital is the birthplace of Cabbage Patch dolls located in Cleveland, Georgia. Xavier Roberts converted an old clinic into a facility from which to sell his dolls, originally called "Little People." The facility is presented as a birthing, nursery, and adoption center for premium Cabbage Patch Kids. Although the fad surrounding the dolls has largely died down, Babyland General is still heavily trafficked by diehard fans and curiosity seekers.New locationThe Babyland General Hospital looked to move into a new $2.5 million "Babyland General" in either Helen or Cleveland, Georgia as revealed in the White County News Telegraph. Cleveland was decided on as the new site and opened in the spring of 2009.
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  • This place is just a giant gift shop. They have a couple of small rooms that are set up as nurseries and when you first go in they have older dolls that tell you how much they are worth now. The only ...  more »
  • Xavier Roberts put Cleveland on the map when he invented the Babyland General doll. The hospital is just like a real hospital with nurses and doctors and they deliver baby's right there in the deliver...  more »
  • Went with a friend who was from Georgia and who had never been there before. I found this place scary and creepy. I grew up during the Cabbage Patch era but this was scary. They would page for doctors...  more »
  • This place is a hoot. I grew up during the original 80s Cabbage Patch Craze. I stood in line with ticket to receive my doll and loved her until she bit the dust. Her name was Gretchen. This place takes loving a doll to a crazy level. Watching the "birth" of a "baby" was bizarre and I found it strange that you could buy Target and Carter's clothes there for your doll. But they have a great selection of decently to exorbitantly priced dolls. Overall, my mom and I had a great time.
  • This place is amazing! We drove all the way from Nashville and we were not disappointed. Nurse Emma helped my daughter "adopt" her new cabbage patch baby today. She was so helpful and the absolute cutest thing in her scrubs. Nurse Karen was kind of rude, but other than that, so many good vibes here! Definitely recommend the drive!
  • I have been here a couple times with my daughter. 5 years ago there was a lot more selection than now. Everything is expensive so plan on spending a lot on a cabbage patch kid. We have bought 2 of the soft faced ones. Seem to be made very well.
  • A great place for the whole family to go! A lil prices on the dolls but overall a wonderful day out!
  • My wife and I HIGHLY recommend bringing your kids and/or grandkids here. It's away from most major cities but well worth the drive and even if you aren't impressed as we were, the scenery on the drive here was worth the drive. You can't go wrong on this visit. The staff is friendly and the prices on the toys are reasonable, not to mention the excitement the kids experience. Well worth the trip.