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We stopped here for a really cool homeschool field trip idea on our way home from a ski trip. It was 32.00 for the 4 of us but my boys loved it! It took about 45 min give or take. Very pretty creek beside it to look it and eat lunch beside. Bring your own lunch.
I went with a group of friends (20-30 year olds) and we loved it. It was very educational and interesting. The guide was entertaining and informative. We even saw a bat, salamander, and a lot of spiders. For only $9 each, I 100% recommend it.
Our tour guide Patrick was awesome! He answered all of our questions and was very knowledgeable. He even cracked our geode we got from the gift shop.
Small cavern but fun to see. Remember that this is not large, so don’t expect a lot like bigger caverns. What they have is great and the bats are cute! Dreama our guide was very sweet and informative. Price is good since it is a small location.
Now, if you have visited other caves, you may be a bit let down by Linville Caverns. It is small, with less of the formations that are found in other caves in, say, Virginia. If, however, you have never been underground, this is a good way to start. My daughter and I visited…