With a well paved path and steps with railings, there is easy access to this series of underground caverns filled with formations, ponds, and dripping stalactites and stalagmites. One pond offered stunning mirror-like reflections and in one large chamber and organ that played the stalactites with small hammers made an eerie sound. These chambers are well trod and can get quite crowded in spots. The tour guides try to keep it manageable and they offer descriptions and stories about the caverns and how they were formed and the people that explored them. At the entrance, a series of shops offer gifts and souvenirs as well as ice-cream, toys, with a pioneer museum across the street.