We were using up time before catching our train, so we stopped for a visit. Lots of fun. It was interesting, there was only three of us, so we all got to try the different features. We enjoyed visiting with the owners and checking out the shop. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.
It was very interresting and we had quite some fun especialy in the house of mystery, i would recommend to dress warmly as it is mostly outside. The tour guides are very friendly even if we where part on the last tour of the day. I would recomend it.
At the beginning of the tour, you are given a marble as your ticket to admittance. Hold on tight! The house of mystery is situated in the middle of a guided tour. The tour is very informative and interactive. Be prepared for some mind warping. The house itself is intense. Watch your step! You can literally feel the energy in...
This was mostly surprisingly enjoyable. Lots of interesting visual illusions, which the guide kept relating to "quantum physics," a field he didn't seem to understand at all, but it was entertaining. It's kind of what you might expect of a vortex. If you're into the new age thing, you'll find it credible and fascinating. If you're a skeptic, it will...
We have been here one other time 7 years ago, and wanted to return since the kids were older. So disappointing as we had a different guide than Joe. Definitely try and be on Joe's tours, he makes everyone comfortable and was at least more engaging and thorough with his tour. We had much more fun at the Amazing Fun...
So, while our tour guide was less than enthusiastic and borderline rude, we enjoyed our visit. The house alone was entertaining enough for the kids. With a more convincing and/or enthusiastic guide and it would have been 4 stars.
Was a fun kooky roadside stop. I thought it was worth the $10. Interesting place. Take it for fun you never know. You may start to believe in vortexes. If not. It's always interesting to chat about big foot. I would say to stop for the break and have some fun