The Integratron is a white, two-story domed building you may already know: The Integratron was built in the 1950s by ufologist George Van Tassel, based upon a dream he had in which residents of Venus (uh huh, the planet) told him to build it. Constructed entirely of wood—some of which was donated by the famous Texan-turned-Hollywood tycoon Howard Hughes—the Integratron was designed to harness and amplify the magnetic fields of the area within its dome, in order to "recharge energy into living cell structure," according to Van Tassel. Today, it's used as a place for sound baths. Visitors relax on mats on the second floor to the sound of quartz bowls tuned to the seven chakras.
2477 Belfield Blvd, Landers