Choose Between Two Options
- $5 for admission to Gravity House for two ($10 value)
- $19 for admission to Gravity House for four ($40 value)
Water flowing uphill, people appearing to grow and shrink at a moment's notice, balls that roll away inexplicably rolling back—this is all just par for the course at Confusion Hill's main attraction, Gravity House, a historic roadside attraction. Back in 1949, founder George Hudson was searching for someplace where the laws of nature did not always apply, and he found it here, deep in the redwoods. Outside the Gravity House, a metal rod sporadically shows magnetic properties; further into the forest you might catch sight of the hill's mascot, the elusive chipalope. Guests can also catch a train ride into the forest to admire the old growth trees and see historical logging equipment. At the gift shop, visitors procure redwood souvenirs crafted by hand rather than chipalope teeth, and can stock their picnic baskets for a meal in the open air.