We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews snails hot springs canada's national parks annual park pass internment camps rotten eggs interesting place to visit interesting history sulfur smell free entry canadian history interactive displays entrance fee worth a visit guided tour rainy day swimming pool
It is pretty walk from the bridge just under 15 mins, the view from the top is fantastic at sunset, cave is small. The museum portion is great with awesome displays if you like walking and looking around that’s your place. We were the only...More
My husband & I visited the Cave and Basin Historic Site on a quiet Wednesday in mid November. It's an easy walk from the Banff townsite and there is also plenty of parking available.
We almost had the place to ourselves and we took full...More
Admission is less than $4 for adults (kids are free) and worth the stop. Been to Banff many times and finally stopped at the cave and basin. You can be in and out in 30 minutes. If you are looking for the Red Chairs this...More
We started the day off riding the Roam bus up to the Site which made it easy to get here. They do have a huge parking lot so parking was not an issue. They have a self guided tour you can do with lots of...More
We had cave and basin on our list and really enjoyed seeing it and learning about the formation. A very helpful Canada Parks guide also answered questions for us. For me I was pleasantly surprised to see an exhibit on the internment camps Canada set...More
We spent about 30 minutes here and visited the cave, cave and basin display and internment display. Make sure you go aboveboard the cave basin to see the opening from the top. The are also many trails here if you are inclined.
We went here one afternoon, we got in for free with our annual park pass which was awesome. The cave and basin was a little bit underwhelming, especially because of all of the other amazing things in Banff. I think they've taken some things down...More
I am glad I visited this site. It is very inexpensive, doesn’t take much time, and is the site where Banff began. The cave is pretty ( a good place for a photo) and so are the basins. I didn’t enjoy the slide show in...More