Cosmos Mystery Area
Member Reviews (4)
- Cosmos Mystery AreaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Sep 12, 2012
I guess I should have known that the Cosmos Mystery Area is really just a tourist trap, just like I know that Star Trek isn't real and that the new UFO shows don't have anything new. I felt a bit scammed, but I also realize that I let myself get scammed.
It is mildly interesting, but only as a curiosity. If you have other things you can do, do those.
- Cosmos Mystery AreaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 4First to ReviewAug 13, 2012
The Cosmos Mystery Area bills itself as an area with an unusual gravitational field. It's set in the woods off of route 16 and seems like a cheeseball experience from the get go. We nevertheless paid the fee and took the guided tour. The main exhibit areas are cabins built on a weird slant along the hillside. Once inside you immediately understand how the place makes its money as water a tennis balls seem to magically roll uphill and you can barely stand up straight. It's either an optical illusion or a freak of nature or a bit of both.