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Wisoncin Dells and the House on the Rock

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We have just booked a timeshare unit at Christmas Mountain Resort for the week of May 18. I am looking at all the things there are to do in the area and have become a bit overwhelmed. I will be traveling with my Dad who is 84 so we are not interested in many things like waterparks, Ripley's, etc. My Dad does golf so the onsite course is what made us pick this resort.

Has anyone actually been to the House On the Rock? I am looking at brochures and I am a bit confused as to what the attraction is. Is it worth the hour drive and the $60 it will cost us to see it?

Any other suggestions for adult activities would be much appreciated. I am looking forward to a bit of R and R while he golfs but he does not do well with sitting still for more than a day or 2.

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