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Discover the timeless beauty of Fantastic Caverns, one of the earth's rarest treasures. There are only four of its' kind in the entire world, and only one in North America. Here, you'll discover one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders...more
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My fiance and I came here on a date and it was well worth it! We got a private tour and our tour guide, Rich, was so informative and a great host! He even gave us a little gift at the end of the tour!...More
The formations inside are so cool they look fake. Almost the same as the ones you see at Disneyland. But these ones are real. You can’t miss the place they have billboards up for 100 miles in every direction from Springfield. You definitely get tired...More
All ages can enjoy the ride and one hour informational tour of the cave. Minimal walking and plenty of couches in the gift shop area to sit and wait for the next tour; approximately every 20 minutes. Friendly staff and open year round.
Recommend to anyone visiting Springfield, MO. Seeing the caves of Missouri are so amazing..no matter which ones you see. This cave allows all ages to enjoy due to the ride thru experience. My 11 year old enjoyed it, which he was less than thrilled to...More
Three adults and four kids had s wonderful time. Our guide, Richard, was fantastic. He answered all questions from our 5 year old chatterbox. He took plenty of time with us and the entire tour was just the right amount of time. My only suggestion...More
I was hesitant to take this tour as I’ve seen a lot of caverns. I had the mindset, seen one cavern, seen them all. But I’m so glad I took this tour. You ride through in a shuttle type open air bus. It was very...More
We saw some sign on the highway and decided to stop so glad we did. They are open all year round and they take you through the caverns on a wagon so no walking. The driver was very informative and the sights were amazing. Did...More
Response from Randall P | Reviewed this property |
I would say probably not, but maybe without a trailer attached to your truck. They do have a really big parking lot that would potentially have room if you parked across multiple spots (I had to with my pickup and pop-up... More
I would say probably not, but maybe without a trailer attached to your truck. They do have a really big parking lot that would potentially have room if you parked across multiple spots (I had to with my pickup and pop-up trailer); however, I did not see any large truck/RV spots. I would suggest giving the office a call just to make sure because maybe I missed something.
Response from memoryseeker | Reviewed this property |
On the tour that we took, there were two big dogs on tour with us. The person in charge separated them from the rest of us by keeping them up front. To be sure, if I were you, I’d give them a call before going.
Branson Itinerary Help and Suggestions Please (17 Replies)
We're coming to Branson July 28-August 3rd. Two adults and a 16-year-old boy, driving from Omaha, NE. Here's what we want "to do" followed by some questions, if anyone can help: - the Ducks (but which one of the 2 options?) - the Titanic (how long to allow to tour the whole place?) - Silver Dollar City (allow 2 days? How many actual RIDES do they have vs. shows, and are they 1-2 hours lines for each ride like at Disney? Is Thursday their slowest day, and that's why they offer a $30...More
July 16, 2013|
Response fromMelissa K|
Thanks. Some questions. DUCKS: "do the strip not the landing"---is the strip the ones that takes you to Table Rock Lake and the Dam? SDC: If you don't do the shows at SDC, what do you DO there? Don't they only have about 10 rides? (I can't find a "park map" anywhere that shows me a list of shows/events/stores/rides.) I guess we'll pass on the dam tour. Sounds similar to one we've done in South Dakota. I hope you have a safe and fun trip, CheerMommy! Did you find somewhere...More
KC in July--What to do? Good hotels? (8 Replies)
Hi all-- My family of four (2 adults, 2 kids ages 6.5 and 4) will be coming to KC in mid July. Our itenerary is not totally planned but I know we will be spending some time at Union Station seeing the dinosaur exhibit and other things. I have never been to KC. I am curious about Crown Center and Country Club Plaza. Any other ideas of what we could do as a family? We are not so much interested in baseball, water parks or amusement parks for this trip. We are just taking a few days to get away...More
June 14, 2010|
If you are going to Crown Center, Hallmark has a place called Kaleidoscope, www.hallmarkkaleidoscope.com, that my kids loved when they were young. And it's free!
Branson & senior citizens (2 Replies)
I'll be going to Branson in June with my parents who are senior citizens. My father is in his 80s and for the most part can still get around, but slowly & not for really long periods of walking. I was thinking the caverns would be a fun & interesting thing to do. Fantastic Caverns is one that does the tour via tram rides so that's an option. Are there enough attractions/things to do for them? I know they wouldn't mind relaxing, but would also like to see & do a few things. Does...More
March 08, 2011|
There are plenty of music shows to go see starting at breakfast through the evening. 1 1/2 - 2 hours each. Theaters are generally easy to get into. If you go down to the Landing, there is a trolley that runs down the middle and makes several stops. The Showboat Branson Belle has cruises at noon, late afternoon, and evening -- meal and entertainment. The Dixie Stampede has a meal and entertainment. Yakov has a dinner show this year. Shepherd of the Hills has several options. Ride the Ducks is...More