We've done this tour before but it's been many years. As the boys have gotten older it seems the caverns have gotten smaller. It was a nice way to spend an hour, our guide was nice enough but a little lacking on information. We were there on a very busy day so there was some back up in the caverns, because of this if you are afraid of small and damp places I wouldn't recommend. Also, my son is 6'9", this was a tight fit for him. It is very sad to hear what's happening to our bats in these caverns, white nose syndrome, learning about that was interesting. The price was reasonable for what you toured, pair is stop with a hike or a picnic lunch and you have a good family day.
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