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I had not heard of this cave before heading to visit Lewisburg, WV, so when we found out about it at the Visitor Center and especially when we learned about its link to the Civil War, we were hooked. Like most caves, it has its...More
Family run business that provides various tours based on interest/physical ability. We opted for the one hour tour but there are no paved macadam walkways. Lighting and some handrails there. Beautiful rock formations combined with civil war history. Call ahead to ensure they will be...More
Very cool! We wish the walls could talk. It’s supercool because it is not owned and operated by the government. It’s pretty natural. We recommend good shoes as it’s slippery in some places. Definitely recommend a sweatshirt and bringing a flashlight with you however please...More
I found this to be one of the most enjoyable cave tours I've done. I loved the combination of the nature aspect of the cave tour coupled with the historical significance of the cave being used to mine and process saltpeter during the American Civil...More
Had a great time visiting the Organ Cave! Our tour guide was young but was very knowledgeable and was able to correctly answer all of our questions! We learned about the cave from the History Channel and decided it was a must see while we...More
Went into the cave with little expectation due to the hotel clerk saying to go to the lost caverns instead. We stuck to our gut and went to the organ cave. This was the right choice. We were looking for something more hen just looking...More
We have toured other caves and enjoyed it greatly but we were pleased to find that the Organ Cave has not been commercialized as so many others have been. The fascinating rock formations have been left untouched, as they may have been from the beginning....More
This was a very interesting tour and the guide was very knowledgeable. I am glad I have seen it.
The civil war history is pretty amazing and seeing the conditions The lived and work in was worth the trip. The cave itself is is divided...More
You shouldn't have any trouble with mobility, however i would take the temperature into consideration when deciding whether to take your 3 month old inside. The cave averages 49 degrees F all year, and since the tours are... More
You shouldn't have any trouble with mobility, however i would take the temperature into consideration when deciding whether to take your 3 month old inside. The cave averages 49 degrees F all year, and since the tours are typically an hour and a half long there is definitely time to get chilly. I would highly recommend having your child wear warm clothes and possibly a blanket if they aren't used to temperatures that low.