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Moqui Cave

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Moqui Cave

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Brenda B wrote a review Nov 21
Ogden, Utah290 contributions58 helpful votes
As a Rockhound I enjoyed this place. Two things I hadn't seen before: unusual Indian spearpoints from the area and the biggest collection of glow in the dark rocks! The fluorescent minerals are from different places and filled the end of one of the cave rooms. Plus, fossils and dino tracks. And the temperature is cool! Bought some Fluorite and kid souvenirs from the gift shop.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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PepperNewJersey wrote a review Oct 2020
California374 contributions146 helpful votes
We stopped here at their outdoor cafe to have lunch. Reasonable fare for panini, acas bowls and smoothies. Afterwards, we decided to visit the sandstone cave which was next-door. Inside, we found a room with fluorescent minerals and ancient artifacts. There was a bar that was built inside that had stools that were hand made. It appeared that this bar was built to refresh the local actors that were filming nearby. There was a portrait of a football player that was drafted from BYU and played for the Steelers who was the grandfather of the young man who was collecting the tickets. He also had displayed a photo of his great grandfather surrounded by his 55 children and 7 wives. My numbers may be off, but one can get the idea. Of course, there is a obligatory gift shop next door.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Roger R wrote a review Oct 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana6 contributions1 helpful vote
We got into town earlier than expected and had some time to fill so we drove out to Moqui. It was an interesting visit from a local history perspective, but there is really not a lot to see. There are a couple caves made into a museum with local pieces. Granted, you won't see this stuff elsewhere. We spent maybe 20 minutes and saw all there was to see.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Bill v wrote a review Oct 2020
Box Elder, South Dakota151 contributions55 helpful votes
This is not the world’s greatest tourist attraction, but it’s an interesting way to kill and hour or two steeping yourself in it’s history, where the movie stars of days gone by built a bar to stay cool while they were filming locally. It’s a tiny museum with lots of fossils and dinosaur tracks, and a nice display of various rocks, ancient artifacts, and florescent minerals. Oh, and of course the obligatory gift shop. It’s great for a quick stop and worth an hour or two of your time. And the $6 senior ticket didn’t break the bank. No wow factor here, but we are glad we checked it out.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Diana R wrote a review Sep 2020
Vail, Arizona34 contributions6 helpful votes
Yup....$7 entrance fee to go inside cave of three rooms filled with rock and fossil specimens, a bar, dinosaur tracks, Indian artifacts (authentic, perhaps and souvenirs). The guide taking the fee was the grandson of the Mormon who bought the cave and used it for cowboys wanting to get a drink and concerts with great acoustics according to him. The grandfather also made it his mission to collect as many rocks and fossils to display as he could. One room was tourist junk for sale. All in all, a different tourist experience but not sure it was worth $7. Not really a museum.....more like a family collection. Actually, the most interesting things were the two photos of the grandfather and his 17 daughters and 22 sons. (Good Golly...I've probably not remembered the correct numbers but you get the idea.)
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Date of experience: September 2020
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