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The cavern is nice. It was not as big as I had expected. I have visited Linville Caverns in North Carolina and Rock City in Chattanooga and this one was smaller. at $14 per person, I was expecting more, but it was nice.
We took some visitors from South Korea with us and they really enjoyed it. These caverns are not as spectacular as some others in Virginia, but they still have some very interesting and pretty formations. Our tour guide Bo was very good. Since the group...More
This was a great tour through the cavern. It’s one of the few i’ve seen that is mostly above ground level. Our tour guide Matt was good at his job, knowledgeable and fun. Be sure to wear shoes with good traction, lots of stairs up...More
This review is for the caverns only. I did not use the campground. Keep in mind when they say the caves are cooler even if it is 90 degrees outside, they mean it.
Caves itself are in a fault line, so you can brag...More
A little pricey compared to other places and venues of the same. Be sure to bring your comfortable walking shoes and be sure to grab a jacket too....it can get very chilly underground. Nice tour and gift shop. Cool stories about the caverns
We took 2 four year olds and a toddler through the caverns as well as some seniors. Super tour and fun for the kids. Toddlers need to be carried and there are quite a few steps but excellent cardio opportunity. Great time was had by...More
This is not the first time we visit caverns in the USA but every time we are surprised for the beauty found in this places, it takes about 50' the tour. Contrary to most of the caverns on this one you have to climb instead...More
We stopped in Roanoke for the night on our way to Myrtle Beach so we had some time to kill. One of the kids saw a brochure for Dixies and said let's try it. Glad we did. What a unique experience it was walking around...More
Dixie Caverns is a fun family field trip. We took 4 kids aged 2 to 6, and they had a blast both in the caverns and in the store. While we were waiting for our tour, they loved looking at all the interesting gems and...More
It is about a 45 minute tour of the caverns. The cost is $14 for adults, $6 for children 5-12, under 5 is free. Sometimes you can find local coupons in travel guides or online. I'm not sure how much camping costs. There... More
It is about a 45 minute tour of the caverns. The cost is $14 for adults, $6 for children 5-12, under 5 is free. Sometimes you can find local coupons in travel guides or online. I'm not sure how much camping costs. There is no cost to get into the gift shop and antique shop.