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Big Mike’s Rock & Gift Shop – Cave City, KY

If you’re in the Mammoth Cave area do yourself a favor and check out Big Mike’s place. Here you can find a large selection of rocks, minerals, gems, and fossils. Also available is a huge selection of souvenirs and gifts. On the upper level of the gift shop is “Big Mo”; a mosasaur fossil.  But the real reason to stop is the cheesy fun that is known as the Mystery House. For the $1 tour you will see water that flows uphill, balls that climb ramps, and chairs that balance themselves. Slanted floors mess with your mind as well as forced perspectives. Cheesy black lights and warped mirrors round out the fun.



Don’t forget to snap a photo with the full scale replica of “Big Mo” before you leave!


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