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This was a wonderful experience but the cave is only partially living now. I feel this is partially due to all the excavations and changes made to it to make it a tourist spot. While I was thrilled to be able to visit this cave...More
While this was a little out of the way while in DC, the cavers were interesting to go to. The tour guide could have been a little better and not pushing a joke into every sentence...that got a little annoying. But besides that, very interesting...More
Took a trip to the Caverns today and it was nice. It was a nice indoor activity on our rainy day - the entrance to the caverns is completely indoors. It was nicely guided, though our guide could probably know a few more answers to...More
If you ever want to see a big cave, well maintained, clean and amazing this is the place you should be thinking first apart from others. We did visited other caves but this one is by far best and amazing. They have free guides around...More
This is memorable...safe...and utterly gorgeous...attached are my phone photographs...imagine if I had a real camera (apparently they sometimes offer photographers permission to set up and really photograph the caverns as art).... I have not had such fun seeing such a beautiful place...yes, it is not...More
I had never been so my experience was extremely positive. I am surprised at the disappointment by some but I have nothing to compare? I thought they were amazing and I am glad I went. Yes a bit pricey but there are guides along the...More
I have been wanting to go to Luray Caverns all my life. I finally got the opportunity this past weekend and was it one of the poorest decisions I have made in a long time. I love caverns and I go as often as I...More
I was so amazed with the caverns. Even though I had read the photos and reviews on tripadvisor I was still surprised about how beautiful these caverns really were. If you are in the area this attraction is not to be missed for the entire...More
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Interesting thought -- as they said on the tour, growth is one cubic inch per 120 years through minerals collecting as water passes through the mountain and resurfaces on the rocks (stalactites/mites/columns). They were... More
Interesting thought -- as they said on the tour, growth is one cubic inch per 120 years through minerals collecting as water passes through the mountain and resurfaces on the rocks (stalactites/mites/columns). They were discovered in 1878, or 140 years ago. This means that since their discovery and throughout all the years of the caverns becoming an attraction, they have grown only a little over one cubic inch.