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Natural Splendor along the Swatara.Like many caverns in the Mid-Atlantic states, Indian Echo Caverns is a limestone cave. Cut through Beekmantown limestone, which is over 440 million years old, they were formed through the erosive properties of...more
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For a small, family owned experience, this was good. The tour guides are fun and knowledgeable and the cavern itself is pretty impressive. Don’t know what this is like in a busy day, but it was well worth the trip and the money.
My husband and I stopped here on a weekend trip to Hershey and I am really glad we did.
We arrived around 2 and were able to get tickets for the next tour, which was at 2:15. We went outside and looked at the peacocks,...More
This tour was really great and the tour guide made the walk through really fun and interesting. The temperature inside is 52 degrees all year round and it’s a perfect temperature to be in, in the winter or summer.
The caverns are wet and alive. We had a funny and friendly guide called Claudia and she mad it even nickers. I must say, I have been to other caverns and they were more colorful and more complex, but if you never been into one,...More
Indian echo caverns is great for families. The site includes a cave which requires walking down a good number of steps and then walking through the cave. The cave itself is not very large but is very interesting and the guys do a great job...More
We went here with our 4 children in the summertime which was a welcome relief from the heat as the caves are a constant 52 degrees. You are organised into groups to go explore with your guide where the tours take approximately 45 minutes. Bear...More
Indian Echo Caverns is near Hershey, Pa and is worth the short trip from Chocolatetown. Guided tours full of stories and folklore are held frequently. The cave is open year round. In nice weather there is a picnic area and playground. A gift shop sells...More
We visited on a Sunday morning and were able to go on the first cavern tour of the day. Prices were reasonable and they offer a AAA discount. After you purchase your tickets you wait until your tour is called over the loud speaker. While...More
We visited with our 2 young sons ages 9 and 11. My husband and I had never been to any caverns before so it was a new experience for all of us. We had a great tour guide and it was absolutely fantastic!!!
It really depends on how your children are feeling that day and how focused they are. It also depends on how big a bucket you get for the gem part. I'd estimate at least 45 - 60 minutes for both, with up to another hour of... More
It really depends on how your children are feeling that day and how focused they are. It also depends on how big a bucket you get for the gem part. I'd estimate at least 45 - 60 minutes for both, with up to another hour of wiggle room depending on how they feel.