Everyone needs a weird photo to take home! Nice little store to explore, neat and clean. A pleasant stop.
We came during the off season and had no wait to drive through the tree. I must say being from the east coast that the tree's on the west cost were super impressive. We enjoyed taking our pictures and had a good time. I could see how during peak season an hour queue would not necessarily be worth the wait.... More
$5 is a small price to pay for a unique long lasting memory. We spent about a half hour taking pictures of us driving through the tree a few times, walking through/standing inside the tree and browsing the gift shop. A nice break on our road trip.
This was a great way to spend $5. The drive through tree sounds kind of corny, but it was great fun. The park like area has a small lake, picnic tables, and bathroom facilities. There is another large redwood that is laying on its side that makes an excellent place to take pictures. The gift shop has a log of... More
How cool is the experience and the amazement you and your family will have when you find yourself driving through a tree. Not just any tree but a redwood tree in the sequiah national forest. It is one of those things that you cant grasp until you actually see them first hand. You will be amazed at how big they... More
What would a trip to the redwoods area be without a kitschy drive through a redwood tree? Its a beautiful side trip, fun to do, and fun to watch others do it... all for $5. Our little KIA was a tight fit and we saw quite a few people attempt and back up because their cars were too large. And,... More
We have been within a mile of the tree the last three years in a row, but at night when it was closed, and we finally got to go see it this year. It is a fun place to go for $5. You definitely don't see trees this big in Florida. We were there fairly early in the morning (around... More
I wish I had a Brownie camera and a 1955 Chevy Nomad. I'd dress the family in period-correct clothes and take a picture, and no one would know it was taken in the 21st century. The kids didn't think much of it, but for $5.00 I thought it worth it to barely squeeze our Honda Odyssey through the hole and... More
We paid our $5 and decided not to queue to drive through the tree. Instead we headed straight for the main car park and took our photos in between cars going through. There isn't much here other than the tree and a shop but it's a fun attraction if you happen to be passing.
Stopped to drive thru on the way to see the redwoods further up the road. Luckily no big crowds. Good value for 5.00. Staff in store not so friendly when I asked a question acted snippy with me. Souviner prices not to bad.
If you own or manage Chandelier Drive-Through Tree, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing