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Peggy B wrote a review Oct 3
Bettendorf, Iowa50 contributions3 helpful votes
We have visited many other caves, however this was the first one were you could guide yourself and stay as long as you wanted. There were staff placed around to ask questions. The cost is $18.95/adult. Tall people will have to duck in some places. Larger, wider people may have a difficult time as some places were tight to walk through (I am a 5'7" 265lb lady - no wide body areas and fit very well). There are many steps as well. This would not accommodate a wheelchair.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Fred_A wrote a review Sep 2020
Gurnee, Illinois36 contributions12 helpful votes
We decided to visit the cave since it was a rainy at Wisconsin Dells. The drive to the cave took around an hour. The admission was $20 per person, which includes some above ground attractions and trails. Since this was during the pandemic, we were required to wear masks and keep our distances 6 feet apart. The entry into the cave was staggered based on the ticket colors (about 15 minutes apart). Within the group color itself, it was about 5 minutes apart. After a briefing session, we started our self-guided tour inside the cave. It was amazing to see the rock formations in different shapes and sizes, carved by nature. It took us about an hour to cover the entire tour (depending on your pace) since we love to admire each formation for quite a while (while others just breeze through them). This is a good place to spend with kids, especially on a rainy day where outdoor activities are limited. Just a footnote, the official photo op at the beginning of the tour didn't turn out well. We couldn't find our photo at the exit. The photographer apologized and offered to take our photo again but we declined (and saved $10). It was nothing but a cave wall background for a memento, so we didn't miss anything.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Bork98 wrote a review Aug 2020
Muskego, Wisconsin31 contributions8 helpful votes
We've been here many times. Even with the covid changes, it's a great place to visit. Tickets are timed and groups spread out. We miss the guided tours, but there were informational signs and workers at various places to answer questions. One nice thing about the changes is that you can go through the cave as many times as you want. The only drawback is that the cool temperature along with wearing a mask caused our glasses to fog up, making it difficult to see at times. This was also the first time we had a picnic and walked the grounds.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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DMis wrote a review Aug 2020
Omaha, Nebraska6 contributions
This a nice walk through the cave. About 30-40 minute self tour. Bring a jacket as it is cool. Nice items to see in the cave.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Judy S wrote a review Jul 2020
Pulaski, Tennessee455 contributions144 helpful votes
We thoroughly enjoyed going through this cave. It had pretty good walkways throughout and there were people posted to answer questions and give helpful information.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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