This is the only cave I have visited, but I have been there twice--as a child in the 70's and recently with my spouse. It might be a little expensive, but the movie was interesting and informative, and the tour was fun. Our tour guide was young, but well informed. He did a good job of combining facts with humor. Considering it was a Sunday morning in October, the place was very busy! The tour group was pretty large, and you sometimes had to be standing pretty much right in front of the formations to get a good look at them. For instance, when the tour guide pointed with his flashlight at a formation that was said to look like a turtle, we were too far away to view it until the crowd moved on. If there were a number of formations pointed out in one stop, you might not be able to recall them all by the time you got in front of them and had a chance to look. In general, try to stay up close to the guide, if you can. The cave's website has a lot of good information. One tip: The cave's temp is about 54F degrees. That's chilly! We wore sweatshirts, and kept our jackets on as well, and we were very comfortable. The movie/tour takes about an hour. We arrived shortly before the next tour was to start, so we did not have to wait long. Leave time to poke around the gift shop! There is also food available, and a nature trail to explore (although it was closed during our visit due to still needing repairs after last year's Hurricane Sandy). Take note: You have to climb an outdoor staircase to get up to the cave's entrance...It is a bit of a hike, but do-able for anyone in reasonably good shape.
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