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Diamond Caverns

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Diamond Caverns

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Very awesone tour through the caverns. We were guided by two of the park rangers who were very knowledgeable about the geology and the caverns. The tour took us approximately 200 feet below the surfacr and was about 1.5 hours in length. Spectcular is how the tour can be
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These caverns are much much smaller than Mammoth. They are privately owned so pricier then park or state owned. There was some damaged in the caverns from the "cavern wars" in early 1900s. But they are definitely worth a visit if you are already visiting Mammoth caves.
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Response from TechMonger, Public Relations Manager at Diamond Caverns
Responded Feb 18, 2020
So happy you enjoyed your visit! Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. :)
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We went on a couple of tours at Mammoth Cave, then went back to Diamond Caverns - and so glad we did! Diamond Caverns is not so big or diverse as Mammoth Cave - but it is much more beautiful and has an abundance of formations! If you only go to one place - Diamond Caverns is the
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Response from TechMonger, Guest Relations Manager at Diamond Caverns
Responded Dec 22, 2019
We are so happy you were able to take several cave tours in the area. Thank you for taking time to review your experience at Diamond Caverns. So glad we stood out!
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This was the last thing we did before heading home. When you enter the diamond caverns, you go down a spiral staircase. When you look at the formations and with it being a damp cavern you can see the glistening on the formations. Henceforth, the diamond caverns. It's a
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Response from TechMonger, Public Relations Manager at Diamond Caverns
Responded Nov 10, 2019
Way to end on a high note! So glad to hear you enjoyed the historic cave tour, and all the formations. We appreciate you taking the time to review your experience.
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My husband and I stopped here on our drive home from Nashville and I'm very glad we did. We were the only ones there (on a Wednesday morning). The power in the building went out shortly after we bought our tickets. They still took us down the "old fashioned" way...with lanterns.
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Response from TechMonger, Public Relations Manager at Diamond Caverns
Responded Oct 31, 2019
Glad we could make a negative situation (the power outage) a positive memorable one! Thank you for taking the time to leave a review.
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