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All reviews our tour guide ruby falls gift shop nice cave great guide off the beaten path stalactites and stalagmites well worth the visit answered all of our questions interesting formations young man few steps worth the trip caves underground handrails limestone
We visited the caverns today and it was absolutely breathtaking! We purchased the tickets about $15 each. The tour took about 2 hours roughly. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable! He pointed out places where you wouldn’t think to look and took his time explaining...More
This cave system is beautiful and an easy walk. A guide is included in the $15 per person price and the tour lasts for about an hour. This is a great adventure and one that is great for all ages. Not handicapped accessible for obvious...More
This was my first time, and my son and husband's second visit. It's such a great little hidden gem. We had a great guide who really took the time to tells us about the caverns, and also took every question asked. Our guide was also...More
This place is a little off the beaten path, but it’s a good value. The cave itself dives almost 200 feet into the ground and has some really cool mineral features. We stopped here on our “way home” from North Carolina. Well worth the trip,...More
My son and I were looking for a way to spend a coup[le of hours while in Johnson City area so we went to the Caverns. Had a private tour which was great Guide was very Knowledgeable. Really a very interesting Cavern would recommenced for...More
Had a great afternoon touring Bristol Caverns. Garrett our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and answered all of our questions. Definitely a must do. Can even pack a picnic lunch for after your tour.
There aren’t any benches or anything like that, but the tour stops frequently to discuss the features and gives ample time for pictures. However, the climb down into the cavern and back up can be fairly steep at times. If... More
There aren’t any benches or anything like that, but the tour stops frequently to discuss the features and gives ample time for pictures. However, the climb down into the cavern and back up can be fairly steep at times. If you’re limited in motion, range or get winded easily I would say this might be a bit much for you.