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Grand Canyon Caverns

467 Reviews

Grand Canyon Caverns

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Mile Marker 115 Route 66, Peach Springs, AZ 86434
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Russ M wrote a review Jan 1
San Diego, California143 contributions67 helpful votes
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Grand Canyon Caverns is a very unique experience. Located off Route 66, it is a family run business. The tour cost $20 pp for Seniors and is well worth it. Our tour guide Dino knew the history of the cavern and was quite humerous. The cavern is the 3rd largest dry cavern in the world. The many stairs make this tour not for the infirm or elderly. There are a lot of ups and downs. It was a fun, quick stop.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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flyboy7974 wrote a review Dec 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania37 contributions7 helpful votes
Had found this online as we were visiting Flagstaff for a couple days and decided to spend our Sunday visiting the caverns. Not disappointed at all, easy drive from Flagstaff and some of the most beautiful parts of the country. Arriving to the front desk, we were sent a mile back to the actual caverns. Amply parking and upon entering the building, quickly noticed the restaurant is closed for the season and made our way to the gift shop where we checked in for the tour. Began on time, two of us with 7 others and our guide, Dino. Spent the next 75 minutes with Dino in lead and he was great, filling the tour with information as well as humor. I have a knee injury and easily walked the entire tour, albeit there are some portions with a steep climb/descent, but overall, Dino allowed us to take our time and recommended taking as many pictures as we wanted. Grotto dining in the cavern closed for the season, but what an awesome idea. Would definitely return to take more friends to check this awesome spot out.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Bobbi wrote a review Dec 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada133 contributions44 helpful votes
Stayed at the campgrounds and toured the cavern - good tour. Well, worth a visit if you're on a Route 66 trip
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Kathy H wrote a review Jun 2020
Irvine, California1,205 contributions61 helpful votes
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We love caves so we couldn’t pass up checking this cave out.  It’s definitely one on the extreme side of being commercialized and not a living cave any more.  You take a elevator down, there is a restaurant in the cave, and one hotel room where you can stay for over $900 per night.  Our tour guide was friendly and tried his best but you can tell he was just reciting memorized script (sometimes he messes up on numbers and big words).  That said, it is an amazing cavern w some gigantic rooms and cool history.  $21 is a fair price for a 45 minute tour.  Their gift shop is a bit cheesy though.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Peter L (exciled Geordie) wrote a review Apr 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom471 contributions176 helpful votes
Last visit, did the full tour, which was very interesting, this time only the short tour, which was very expensive and very poor.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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