Having visited the awful Trees of Mystery tourist trap up the coast I wasn't looking forward to this visit at all, but the friends I was travelling with insisted on it. One friend had been talking about visiting this attraction, where balls roll up hills and the laws of gravity seem strangely not to apply, since the beginning of our USA road trip, stating that this place was one of only two in the world (the other being in Ireland) where an anomaly in the Earth's magnetic field meant that gravity did not apply as normal.
Having handed over our $5 each to the friendly lady at the desk, who further built up the mystery of what we were about to behold, we entered Confusion Hill. Various gravity and perspective-defying interactive displays were set out, which genuinely puzzled and confused, but mainly amused. The highlight was the disorientating crooked house, where balls roll up hill and people walk on walls.
I won't say too much in case I ruin the fun, but if you fancy a frivolous few minutes and a good laugh, drop in on this charming attraction.
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