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Nelson wrote a review Oct 2020
Madison, Wisconsin27 contributions26 helpful votes
Shullsburg is a small town. With that said, once a year there is a cheese festival held here. They have hay rides around town that day, bands play music, the local library sells bags of books for a dollar, cheese curds are amazing, cornish pasty is made in one of the eateries, the list kind of goes on and on. Anyway there was this story about "Gravity Hill" and you could sign up to go get a ride out there and experience it. It was just too bizarre until you experience it. I did get it, but it was really hard to believe. I wouldn't do a road trip just to go to Gravity Hill. However, there were so many other things to do that day, this activity just made it all the more complete. Only in Shullsburg WI. Enjoy!…
Date of experience: November 2019
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Dr.I.S.Prasad wrote a review Sep 2020
Hyderabad, India202 contributions82 helpful votes
We visited this natural wonder. Though the slope is not steep, the road appears to be going up and not only a car, what ever we place on the road rolls up ! I placed a water bottle. It too rolled up! It's a naturally formed optical illusion; it's surroundings just make it appear so .…
Date of experience: September 2020
TravelerJenny8 wrote a review Aug 2020
Elkhorn, Wisconsin473 contributions184 helpful votes
If at first you don't understand the directions, keep trying as it's really cool once you are in the right spot!
Date of experience: August 2020
TresaHummingbird wrote a review Jul 2019
Pewaukee, Wisconsin16 contributions3 helpful votes
We just happened to be passing through the are so we had to try it. The car did roll backwards! There is a helpful blue sign with instructions to mark the spot.
Date of experience: July 2019
Keith B wrote a review Oct 2018
Herscher, Illinois7 contributions2 helpful votes
Jeff from The Burg told us about Gravity Hill. He also showed us the write-up in the Shullsburg Tour Guide. Well worth an afternoon adventure to experience this!
Date of experience: September 2018