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Why not? Eclectic mix and intriguing collection of random vintage items housed in a fenced in by concrete with sunken bottles. We loved spending time here, bought old fashioned Coke and headed up drive to Crest. Great place to bring children or any lover of...More
This is a fun, unusual, lighthearted, stop while traveling between the Albuquerque and Santa Fe region. Don’t go expecting a museum or if you don’t have a sense of humor. I was unexpectedly very touched that they had a (rare) Fred Johnson circus banner, as...More
This place is a MUST if you’re anywhere nearby the Turquoise Trail and have a hour to spare! We loved walking through the complex seeing all the diagram as of “old timey” life. We especially had fun out near the barn where they have several...More
In the early 1960's, Ross Ward started a lifelong project, first as a traveling show, then as a permanent 22 room exhibit of his carvings, artwork and genius. In the early 1990's, my wife and I stopped by, met Ross, who sat and visited with...More
Our trip guide told us that the place is hard to describe. No kidding! What an amazing fun place it is! It's one man's life-long works. The hundreds of thousands of the carvings and collections are crammed in a tiny place. It's a shame that...More
While driving East we saw an advertisement about this place and thought that this just might be something to see. I am happy that we decided to stop here! We arrived late in the day (too late for entry that day but were recommended by...More
Was hesitant at first but once you get there, your amazed by everything! Young and old will appreciate the sites and the things put together. Extremely affordable, just take some quarters because there are some old machines that you can activate.