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Lost World Caverns reviews
I was not prepared for the physical aspect of this experience. I’ve been in other caverns and have never walked down so many steps. It’s very steep. Definitely wear good shoes because a lot of the...
I was not prepared for the physical aspect of this experience. I’ve been in other caverns and have never walked down so many steps. It’s very steep. Definitely wear good shoes because a lot of the... more »
It was okay. We've done cave tours before and this one is nothing special. Not worth the hour drive from NRG. Its small. It took us about half hour to get completely in and out. Kids 11 and 14 were.... more
It was okay. We've done cave tours before and this one is nothing special. Not worth the hour drive from NRG. Its small. It took us about half hour to get completely in and out. Kids 11 and 14 were.... more »
Great stop on way down south for spring break. We must have gone during a slow season because not many people around. Self-guided tour took about 40 minutes. Very interesting cave. There are plaques.... more
Great stop on way down south for spring break. We must have gone during a slow season because not many people around. Self-guided tour took about 40 minutes. Very interesting cave. There are plaques.... more »
We had a great time exploring the cavern on the self guided tour. The staff was very polite and informative. The gift shop was neat, organized and stocked with a lot of unique trinkets. Everything was very reasonably priced. The cavern took us about an hour to walk through. (We took our time and read all of the information plaques along the route.) When the boys are older, we will definitely return to explore the rest of the cavern on the adventure tour.
What a lovely little day we had here; the weather was perfect outside and inside the cave of course. The cavern was lovely and fun to navigate with a little one. We took our time and made it through and had fun. We really enjoyed the gift shop and loved admiring the horses outside. The whole experience was memorable. We will be back!
Lost Worlds Caverns is a very nice place to visit. They have a gift shop with reasonable prices and lots of items. They have a display of various fossils and descriptions on what creature they were and an insight on their lives. The main attraction being the cavern is really interesting to check out. It is fairly large and has signs letting you know about that area they are located in. It really makes you feel like you are truly exploring something new. They also have guided tours, I can't speak about how good they are, but next time I'm in the area I'm planning on trying that tour.
Very neat, self-guided tour. Came early on a weekend, and had the cavern almost to ourselves the entire time. Took our two school-aged children, and really enjoyed the hour long self-guided tour. Many different cave formations to see, and the tour itself is all standing, no crawling or super hard areas to get through. We have done caving in various states, and this one is fairly easy. There are several staircases and slippery walkways (caves are formed by water most of the time), but something you could do if you take your time and walk regularly. Love that! The tour is self-guided so you can go at your own pace and stop and take as many photos as you like. The cost was fairly reasonable. There's a nice gift shop, restroom area, and small museum attached. Outside there was plenty of space for parking, and some farm animals that were really adorable. Note, they did offer a discount for military, teachers, nurses, and AAA members.
Affordable and private. We went early on a Monday and basically had the cave to ourselves and I always enjoy having a beautiful place to myself. The views were AMAZING. I definitely recommend a coat it was chilly and nice to see if your passing by really close to the highway.
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