Confusion Hill, Piercy
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I had literally not been here in about 30 years (when I was child) and thought it would be fun to check it out once again. It was pretty disappointing. Poorly maintained, and not worth the $5 admissio... read more »
Step back in time to when roadside attractions were the norm and the mysteries of the universe were found on the opened road. Yes, it's a throw back, but it's a slice of a different time. It's a great... read more »
We read about confusion hill at the stop at drive through tree and decided to go there before driving to fort Bragg! Confusion hill have 2 main attractions - train and gravity house. Kids loved the gr... read more »
Came here a couple years back. Absolutely amazing they have an awesome train ride that takes you through the Redwoods they have a nice souvenir shop with a lot of good stuff they have a restaurant which has great food and I absolutely love the redwoods. Can't go wrong with coming here
I thought it was fake. I appreciate the effort, but is not a vortex. I've been to the Oregon vortex, and you can walk into the building, and not have trouble standing level. It was the elements, physics, and gravitational pull of things that "seemed" level, but confused your eyes and mind. This place was literally built at about a 30° angle so that you couldn't even stand on the floor without almost falling, so anything that swung or hung weird, or the chair that you couldn't get out of made perfect sense. It was like they hung a big crooked box on the side of a hill. Any "experiment" suggested was not possible if you were by yourself (which I was). They should have had tour guide posted at each exhibit to help you experiment. Even the pictures I took of the crooked-ness look fine when you tilt your camera. The place was dirty, broken down, bandaide looking. Most gifts in gift shop looked like they were made in Taiwan, or had price tags that have been on things since the 50's, and no one STILL has wanted to buy them. $5 to see only the crooked building, with no guide? Should have been free.
It was ok. My 8 year old son wasn't thrilled but we enjoyed getting out of the car and looking around. We thought there would be more to look at. The house was more like one room. We still had a few laughs though. Employees maybe owners were very nice. It's was also clean.
Old time carnival meets historic logging museum. I love this place and we had a blast. Be sure to ride the train, it's a life experience and the conductor is a natural.
A nice area that has two attractions as well as a gift shop with some cute gifts. The staff is super nice and helpful. Great place to take some fun pictures!
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