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We visited on a whim after a rainy day and are so glad we did! Our tour guide was very knowledgeable, enthusiastic, easy to hear and funny. The caverns we're beautiful and interesting. We had a great time and both said we would return.
It may not be fair to compare, but they're about an equal distance from Pigeon Forge and are about the same price and they're both caves.
It wasn't crowded at Forbidden Caverns, but they were running the tour like it was. We were constantly reminded...More
We had lots of fun here. Our guide shared lots of interesting history about the cave. From the indians to the moonshiners, lots of history here. There are some really cool rock formations in this cave. And the constant 58° was just what we need...More
This is a great rainy day activity or something to do to escape the heat. The cavern is interesting, though about average compared to other show caverns I've been to. It is at the bottom of English Mountain in a beautiful location and I love...More
We visited the Cavern today and had a great time. Front desk staff was friendly and informative and our guide was amazing. His knowledge and ability to share history and stories with guests was amazing. It’s a nice walk through the cavern and not real...More
We went with our 9yr old and 6 yr old. It was neat! It'd recommend it but know there are narrow and uneven walkways. The guide talked about cave facts and moonshine history. It has a gift store, but not much in it.
Because people are so gullible they believe everything they read on Facebook. I find it highly upsetting that you would take time out of your day to trash a business on a situation you know nothing about. The response from... More
Because people are so gullible they believe everything they read on Facebook. I find it highly upsetting that you would take time out of your day to trash a business on a situation you know nothing about. The response from the business, had you put your White Knight outrage aside, clearly stated a much more. plausable. A loud uncontrolled child, special needs or not, is not the safe for the guests, or good for the experience. Please try to not brigade if you don't have first hand knowledge. Karma might hit a small business you are associated with for someone to get some attention.
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Yes they do. I have children with both and they went through the caverns just fine but mine are now teenagers. The 2 things that might be a challenge is you can not touch anything not even the walls of the caverns and... More
Yes they do. I have children with both and they went through the caverns just fine but mine are now teenagers. The 2 things that might be a challenge is you can not touch anything not even the walls of the caverns and there are moments of total darkness. If the total darkness is a problem then I would call them. They may be able to take your family on its own tour and leave that part of the tour out. Also, depending on where your child falls on the Autism spectrum there is no wheel chair access and there are some very narrow walkways and steep stairs going down.