There is a lot going in this unusual attraction. The hole is basically a 5000 square foot home-cave inside a huge sandstone rock. Once upon a time, it was a fortunate place for the unwealthy Christensen family to sleep in. Over 20 years Albert and Gladys Christensen built it into a place worthy of a millionaire, with 14 rooms, a 65' chimney and deep rock bathtub… all if it built around huge sandstone pillars! Their graves can be found inside a small cove near the home. Visitors will find a gift shop, a large collection of Lyle Nichols metal sculptures, old mining tools and artefacts, a Native American trading post, an ice-cream store, and a rather unexpected petting zoo. The animals at the zoo include a camel, an ostrich, a donkey, a sheep, goats, zebra, emu, raccoons, alpacas, and various birds. You can feed the animals. The house is easy enough to spot - the cliff outside the cave has 'Hole N' The Rock' spelled at in huge white letters.
Entrance Ticket Details For Hole N'' The Rock
- Children 5-10: $3.50
- Under 5: Free
- Call the attraction to find out about group rates.
- Petting zoo: USD 4.25 & Free for under 2.
How to Reach Hole N'' The Rock
- Drive to here.
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20.94% of people who visit Moab include Hole N'' The Rock in their plan
6 PM - 7 PM
37.78% of people start their Hole N'' The Rock visit around 6 PM - 7 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Hole N'' The Rock
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hole N'' The Rock