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America's oldest continuously operated show cave, voted #2 in America by Parade magazine, and a National Natural Landmark, Grand Caverns is a prime example of history and beauty. With our abundance of rare shield formations and history around every...more
The military price is $17.50 per person for EVERYONE in the same party. Otherwise it it $20.00 per adult. The caverns are 1.25 miles long and all walking. Pictures are allowed
The caverns are not wheelchair or handicap friendly. Our tour guide was very good...More
Came to caverns with my 6 & 9 year old and it was a great trip. The very educational tour took about 90 minutes but was not strenuous at all. Gift shop was nice and not over priced like at other tourist spots. We brought...More
Grand Caverns was AMAZING!!!! Very kid friendly, great value. Our tour guide Jeffrey was OUTSTANDING! Oxford trained, his Tour was well informed with a good blend of humor! He opened our eyes to this great wonder of the world!!! We will be back!
We visited the Luray Caverns the previous day and while both are very nice caverns, I enjoyed the Grand Caverns more. It's less commercial than Luray and more rustic which I enjoyed. Our group of six was the entire tour which was awesome. Devon our...More
We were on the first tour (9:30 am) on a Saturday morning. My family was the only group on the tour. It seemed like the tour lasted about an hour.
The paths throughout the caverns were well maintained and easy to walk on. The caverns...More
The grand caverns are a spectacular piece of history&geography. Its a magnificent place which would blow your mind. inside the caverns are lit masterfully. Its a good hour long tour and a mile walk. Don't forget a jacket, if you want to go in winter...More
This is a beautiful park above and below. It has a vintage feel. The history of the caverns here gives you a feel of being back in the early 20th century. This park is not commercialized like some in the area so it has a...More