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Mineral Wells, Texas: Famous Mineral Water - Crazy Water

Mineral Wells was once a mecca for its healing waters. You can still get free a taste at Famous Mineral Water Co. or purchase bottle available in various beneficial concentrations and flavors. Old "Famous Well" arch and big bottle out by the sidewalk.

209 N. W. 6th Street, Mineral Wells, TX
US 281, west on NW 6th St.
Tu-F 8 am-5:30 pm, Sa 9 am- 5 pm. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Famous Mineral Water - Crazy Water

Got to try three of the four different kinds of mineral water there. Check out the newspaper reproduction that talks about the history. There's also a bathhouse/bed&breakfast right next door.

[1966girl, 05/03/2016]

Famous Mineral Water - Crazy Water

Not much to do or see here, and the Crazy Water staff had minimal information. The water tasted good though -- earthy and fresh.

[Jared, 12/01/2012]

Giant bottle.

Famous Mineral Water

It's actually called Crazy Water. You can taste and purchase water in the store. They have four different versions of the water. Fascinating place, especially the giant water bottle.

[Martha Decker, 07/25/2012]

Gates to Famous Well.

Famous Mineral Water

Mineral Wells used to be a happenin' town that most people went through before the major interstates passed it by. In its heyday it was a mecca for the healing waters that came from local wells. You can still get a taste of that water at Famous Mineral Water Co. for free (they have much more for sale too).

[Scott Mobley, 02/25/2009]

We like the dilapidated archway and large, fading bottle statue.

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