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What tourist attractions have been money well spent?

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On the flip side of disappointing tourist attractions, what attraction were you surprised to find that you really enjoyed? Perhaps it was a place that you thought would be nothing special but turned out to be captivating. Or maybe it was a tour that was pricey but when it was through, you were so glad you spent the money. I'll start:

Cave of the Winds - Niagara Falls - From above, it looked like the tour might be fun but I wasn't sure if the cost was worth it. But, when I was down in the gorge on the hurricane deck with the water rushing at me, I would have paid several times the price for the feeling.

Ft Sumter - Charleston - I'm not much of a history person so I thought I might be bored. But, I loved the experience and the views were fantastic.

Monticello - Charlottesville, VA - Again, I'm not normally drawn to historical sites but I was stunned by the magnitude of the house and the grounds. They are truly spectacular.

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