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The billboards for Skyline Caverns say "See our anthodites." That might excite a geologist, but it didn't mean much to me, but I like caverns. When I saw them, I was amazed. "Anthodite" means "flower-like." They are rare and they are spectacular.
The caverns are beautiful. Its very cold inside, so take a jacket. The tour guide was knowledgeable. But we would probably not have gone if we knew it was a "tour". We would have preferred to walk alone. It was ok
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Skyline Caverns. I'd honestly never heard of it, but was pleasantly surprised. The cavern itself is well cared for, and I was happy to find that most of the "improvements" made for the sake of making navigation easier for...More
Every cave has something special to offer, and the Skyline Caverns are no different. It's quite amazing to hear the history of the caves and imagine how they were formed; and even more incredible to see the rare anthodites, crystals that look like grass covered...More
While it's not as flashy as Luray Caverns, Skyline Caverns is just as beautiful and the workers are all very friendly and informative. The caverns are beautiful, and it's definitely a great choice for a hot summer day to get out of the heat.
Those are the words you want to hear when you go out w teenagers. After purchasing the tickets we waited for about 20 minutes which gave us plenty of time to check out the gift shop. Our guided tour Sonny was very knowledgeable. The history...More
These natural caverns, formed entirely by water, were discovered in the 1930s. The history of the discovery is quite fascinating. They are small in size compared to the massive and more well-known Luray Caverns, but they have a lot of unique things inside that our...More
We took the walking tour into the cave because it was one of the best choices for the mixed ages and interests in our group. We enjoyed it thoroughly. Our guide was very knowledge able about the geology of the area and cave environment and...More
This was our first time here and it was well worth it. The tour lasted a little over an hour. We’ve been to Laurel Caverns, Penn’s Caves and Lincoln Caverns all in Pa. This was one of the nicest we’ve been too! It’s close to...More
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It is 55 degrees in the caverns all the time. When it is freezing cold outside, you will find it much warmer in the cave. When I visited the cavern, it was brutally cold outside. I took a... More
It is 55 degrees in the caverns all the time. When it is freezing cold outside, you will find it much warmer in the cave. When I visited the cavern, it was brutally cold outside. I took a photo of the tour guide with her bare feet showing.