Nothing against the nice people that work there, but having toured other caverns this was really disappointing and over priced. For $17 per adult (over 12) you go into a room for 5 min to hear about the cavern's discovery. Then, you head down very tight single file about 4 groups of wooden stairs to a landing area that overlooks the "cavern." At this point the guide discusses the cavern a little more and there is an area you can touch. The only area that is hands on, for good reason. Next you head down the metal cage spiral stairs, about 200 of them that you can see on line. Once at the bottom, the guide shines the light on a few of the formations, discusses their age and development over time. They turn out the lights so you experience total darkness. Of course, you will have idiots whose cell phones are left on. Then you take a picture or 2 and head back up all the steps. About 240 down. Head back up. Entire "tour" takes less than an hour.
I have toured caverns that you walk in different rooms. This isn't the case here. I personally wouldn't waste my money for this again.
I am not complaining about the workers. They were very nice. But $70 for the 4 of us to walk down over 200 stairs and just stand there we found ridiculous. Not a true cavern tour.
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