It's a meeting place for most people, a landmark if you will! The craftsmanship is something to see. It's big, and bright!
Rainmaker Square is a focal point at the Foxwoods casino. It is a very impressive statue and the surrounding area blends in perfectly. Along with the indian statue, is a impressive water fall. If you plan to go to Foxwoods, you must plan on spending a few moments checking out this display. I remember a number of years back, every... More
The Rainmaker Statue is beautiful - a must see when at Foxwoods - it is located by the Buffet. At times it changes colors and rain comes down. There are benches around it where you can sit and relax.
Rainmaker area of Foxwoods is just great. Casino was great, people really friendly, the different eating places was just great, including the buffet. Recommend this area most enthusiastically. Enjoy yourself
In case you might be tempted to forget you are on a Native American Reservation, the Rainmaker helps to remind of the indigenous people who populated this land before the casinos. Maybe gamblers look to him to make a different kind of rainfall now, I like to look at him and think back to a simpler time.
I am surprised to find this as a reviewable location. It is a statue... I guess the novelty of it wore of for me long ago, since I live just a few miles away and was going to the casino when I was "sneaking in" underage (not that I recommend anyone else do that) over 20 years ago. But for... More
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