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This small nondescript building houses some of the most amazing and spectacular crystals and minerals. Th is a must see if you are into crystals and rocks. Went with 10&7 year old boys. They were ecstatic.
Warning: the business is for sale, but it is...More
Went to visit and they were closed, which I thought was odd, as this would be there busy season. Then I saw the for sale sign. They also have the riding stables which go into Governor Dodge park. We did the rides very often when...More
Very friendly and informative gentleman greeted us. Had something to say about everything. This would be an amazing place to bring school classes studying rocks and gems for science. He also mentioned horseback riding was available but we didn't have time for that. Would be...More
To be clear, we are representing the sellers in this transaction. Yes, there is a for sale sign in front of the property, however, that does not mean it is not OPEN and fully operational as another reviewer has previously stated. Please be sure to...More
It was a very nice place, with a bit of the Wisconsin Dells feeling in the gift shop. Nice tour and cool displays. Unfortunately, it is no longer open. There is a huge for sale sign in the parking lot.
Lots of interesting rocks to see. The owner also gave a brief overview before we took our self guided tour. There is a charge to visit but it seems to go to the nice elderly couple that owned the place.
My husband and I stopped in here years ago while driving around and seeing what the area had to offer. We both enjoy rocks, minerals, crystals, etc, so we were intrigued when we saw this place, but the outside is very modest except for the...More
Found this little gem of a museum while beating a hasty retreat from an unpleasant visit to the House on the Rock (see my review for details). Open April 1 thru November 1st from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is housed in a...More