The Stone Museum
About the Museum:
The Stone Museum represents many things to many people, but it isn't an easy place to define or pin down. As our name suggests, we are a museum of minerals and fossils with a host of indoor and outdoor displays that are “hands on”, enabling visitors of all ages to actually touch specimens from 80 countries.
A nice place to take a walk, even though it is in the middle of nowhere. Most if it is rundown but it is worth a look at least once. Their rock museum is also interesting, though you can't touch the rocks, which is disappointing.
Absolutely love the place, spent the day exploring the museam, the falls, and flayland. So much to see and a great place to take pictures so be sure to bring a camera or at least a fully charged phone!
Met the owner on a fluke...just drove in to see what it was about and there was this guy, they call him "The Greek". We started talking and he took me for a tour! Totally awesome place and awesome guy. Definitely worth going. A lot of beautiful and interesting things to take pics of. Good background to family portraits.
The Stone Museum is surreal. I went here once when I was eight years old for about an hour, and ever since, I've been having recurring survival-horror nightmares involving aggressive zombies and/or invading Chinamen chasing me throughout the museum. Think about the return on investment here: spend one hour in The Stone Museum AS A CHILD, and have entertaining, action-packed dreams set there for THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. One visit practically pays for itself after the first two nightmares!
Karen Annette Riley CCH
Always a joy visiting the staff and crystal gemstones. Pure magic!
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