This is a cool quick little stop that won't cost you an arm and a leg. Kids 16 and under are $3. Take the time to read the history. Very interesting, but also very different.
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The wooden steps can be a little slippery and the 145 (from memory) so coming back up your knees might feel it. Cool to think the tunnel was hand dug.
Sunny Jim Cave is a must see attraction. When we have family and friends visit we try to take them there. Unfortunately, I didn't consider the tourists and parking. We parked in the public underground lot next to INN BY THE SEA, only 5 bucks....More
We visited this cave from both ways of entry. We visited on the water then we also went to the store, paid the 5 dollars and walked down the 150 steps to see the beautiful entrance from a small deck at the bottom. If you...More
We paid the $5 and did the steps. We got to the bottom and about 20 feet from the dock/platform was a sea lion relaxing on a large rock in the cave. It looked like it was doing yoga with it's head stretched way back....More
Knowing we probably wouldn't have time to see a cave "in the wild" we decided to visit Sunny Jim Cave at The Cave Store. We got very lucky and got a parking spot in the very small lot outside the store. If we would have...More
It's basically a cramped staircase down to a cave that offers nothing more than you can see from the shore. This was a waste of time and money that would have been better spent somewhere else.
Welp, it was Definetly an experience. For 5 bucks, you get to go in a cave. So, why not? This isn't something for babies, elderly, Super tall, claustrophobic, or disabled. You start at the top of 145 wooded, damp, some drenched in water, steps. It's...More