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All reviews our tour guide light show underground river bring a jacket nice cave nice tour light jacket beautiful formations gift shop year round interesting history takes about an hour take pictures hour tour rainy day off the beaten path great place to visit
Nice cave to walk through. Tour didnt seem too long. Tour guide was annoying and talked to us like we were children but all in all it was a good experience. You will get wet and a bit muddy as there are puddles of water...More
What a great experience! Would recommend this to all who like to explore. Hunter was very knowledgeable and educational! Great time had by the hole family ! A must see . Thank you Hunter,
Great tour guide!
This was about an hour tour. Just enough time to be down in the dark cavern. The guide was pretty knowledgeable about the caverns and TN in general. I did learn a lot on this tour. I would recommend it.
It was only $16 each, so we decided to stop by here, instead of going to Foxfire to walk the swinging bridge which was $20.
My wife and I enjoyed the tour, some of which was geared toward younger family members(but the guide seemed very...More
Great cavers in the Smokey Mountains. The tour guide was very instructive about the history of the caverns and use by the Cherokee Indians early on in native history as well as it use by moon shiners as the area was settled by the Europeans.
Nice drive, away from the hustle & bustle of the crowds. Cost is $16. They say the temperature is 58, but it didn't feel that cold. The tour is 1/2-mile of walking, in a little over an hour. Parts of the commentary were cheesy. There...More
We arrived just as a tour was heading through the cavern door to enter the cave. Even with a couple of fussy kids near us, we enjoyed the caverns. 58 degrees felt real good with light sweaters on. The hike is very easy. That's coming...More
We had heard from Family who had visited before that we must go to the Forbidden Caverns, so we made sure we stopped. This was something so fun and different than anything available in downtown Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge. I don’t recall our guides name...More
We stayed in Townsend and drove by the road to the cave everyday. Kinda were keeping it in reserve in case of bad weather. This was a good idea. One day of our trip rained out. We combined the Cave with the Smoky Mountains Heritage...More