Wonderland (Amarillo) has a similar type ride called Fantastic Journey. Either Bell's or Wonderland has an original Bill Tracey ride, and the other is an in-house copy. I think Wonderland's is the in-house version.
SDC has a shack built in the 1960's called Grandfather's Mansion and is located right off the main square behind the Country Store on the pathway between the Country Store and the Ice Cream Shoppe (1880 Hotel). It is a walk through with moving walls, an Upside down room, and a very very uneven basement with a chair swing, a pool table that almost never misses a shot (I've seen it miss before it funny when it happens), a fake safe, a puzzling bed, and at the end a hall of infinite mirrors.
This is one of the oldest attractions at SDC and its a fun one to go through and relax in. It also makes good practice of crooked floors and walkways before taking a Marvel Cave Tour, which has plenty of those added to low clearance spots.
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Kennywood's Noah's Ark never had a slide. It did once have a tilt room, moving floorboards, 'waddling lillypads', and other such stunts. All have been removed for safety reasons. At least it still has the shaking floorboards and the boat still rocks like it did when it was originally built in 1936. The boat had to be rebuilt in 1996, but, most guests don't even realize that it is new.
The dark ride currently operating at Camden Park started life as a Wacky Shack... It's a gravity driven ride similar to the one at Conneaut... the original decor is gone now, but it had that wacky house-with-a face look. I'm not sure if it was a Bill Tracy design or a knock off.