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Really, really tacky. The older guy who led the tour was the rudest person in WVa. I think a little power went to his head. As others have said, about 15 minutes is all it takes, and out of the 15 maybe 5 minutes are...More
We didnt expect too much from this place. It was inexpensive, disorienting fun for 15 mins or so. We were disappointed that they refused a military discount for a vet, but whatever. No need to return, once was enough anyways.
Definitely a tourist trap, but worth a visit. My husband and I found it hilarious. Tour guide was a little cheesy but definitely entertaining. Don't do it if you are honestly looking for anything groundbreaking. Don't expect anything amazing- just go into it with a...More
I have been to many Mystery Spots across the USA and this one is by far the worst. The "tour" is MAYBE 15 minutes long at the most, and the place certainly has not been updated or improved since the 70's. My biggest criticism is...More
Heard about this place, but was still appalled at the messy gaudy stereotypical tourist trap when we stumbled on it near Hawks Nest Park. Wouldn't even pull of the highway to check it out, let alone pay admission.
If you've never been to this kind of thing, I won't give it away, but it does show how our bodies are built to automatically balance themselves. If you're in the area, enjoy the bridge, hawk's nest and the lighthouse as well. Be sure to...More
My family & I finally stopped by at the mystery hole this weekend. Ive drove past it several times over the years but decided to stop.. I thought it was great! The guide was great & we thoroughly enjoyed its uniqueness! It wasnt overpriced at...More
My friend, Allison, & her two sons and I rounded the bend on our way to Hawks Nest State Park and saw this quirky little roadside attraction. We backed up and grabbed a tiny piece to park along the road. To our disappointment, the tiny...More
We stopped at the Mystery Hole while on a road trip through West Virginias back roads. We came on it suddenly around a bend and doubled back because we got a good laugh at the structure. The staff was great and the presentation was fun....More