“One-of-a-kind rockin' cool time!”
Visit Hole N' The Rock, a most unique home, carved out of a huge rock in Utah's Canyonlands Country. This historic 5,000 square foot home and unusual gift shop and trading post are open all year. Take a guided tour of the home, and appreciate the rich history within its walls. 12 minute guided tours of the world-famous Hole N" the Rock House Exotic zoo features zebras, bison, 2-hump camel and many more. We have the largest collection of Lyle Nichols metal/art sculptures, Antique tools, vintage neon signs, mining equipment and unusual time era pieces. Hole N" the Rock Store: One of a kind souvenirs, t-shirts and memorabilia The Trading Post: locally made Native American pottery, jewelry, dream catchers and unique gifts for everyone The General Store: ice cream, drinks, and memorabilia of all types Large statuary & metal art for sale
The tour was ok. $6.50 for adults and $3.50 for kids 10 and under. It is precisely 12 minutes long and very canned. The tour guide does not go off script at all. They don't allow photos of the interior at all which is a bummer. The petting zoo is an additional charge of $4.25 per person so we skipped that. The home was neat but the overall experience could be much better.
Loved this unique place! The tour of the unique home is a must! I loved getting kisses from the camel in the small zoo! Nice owners.
I stopped here for a quick rest and was entertained. Didn't do a tour, but was a nice stop along the way.
I absolutely loved this place! The owner is awesome she was so willing to answer questions. She was amazingly nice, she was happy to take super cute pictures of our family. On the sad note the property was for sale. Hopefully new owners will only expand not take away. All in all was really happy to have this fond memory
i visited this spot on a road trip with my parents, way back in the 80s when we were on our way from Michigan to California. My Dad was one to ALWAYS stray from the beaten path. i am glad he was. this stop was a memory I'll never forget, and when I actually lived in Utah, I made to sure to pay a visit. I was disappointed it had become so overly commercialized, but was still a cool place. I am now excited to take my kids out there next summer to pass down the memory to them :) it's a cool little tourist trap, and will make a good memory of a stop :)
Super cute little place lots of photo spots!!!
This place was awesome, pictures weren't allowed on the inside of the home which was too bad but I get it. I just keep thinking how awesome it would be to live in a home like that, and how interesting those people must have been to commit to something like that. The little zoo they had was way cooler then it looks like it would be. You get to feed the animals and they knew it. Once they saw people coming they would get so excited and I felt the were putting on a little show for us. Too cute, I just wish we would have gotten more then one bucket of food. BTW one of the llamas there was so hilariously dorky looking I love him so much, he is so ridiculous looking, don't skip the zoo!
The tour was interesting but a bit overpriced. We did not see the zoo but would like to next time. Gift shops were ok.
This is a fun and unique place to stop and stretch your legs, get something to drink, feed some animals and tour a unique home built inside of a rock.
I would've given it 5 stars, but the facilities need updating, and need a changing table in them. Also, a sink with soap and paper towels at the exit of the zoo, so you don't have to walk back to the restroom for a quick wash before going into the general store for water or a snack.
Really fun quirky place! It is fun to walk around and look at all the unique sculptures.
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Hole N' The Rock
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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