Went there in the summer with some friends. They brought their 5 year old nephew. He loved it. The adults enjoyed it as well. It's in a random location that looks kinda like a half-done garden from the raod, but once you get inside, there was so much to see and learn. Parking is a pain, but this wasn't built to be a tourist attraction. While it's not an "eight wonder of the world" type place, you will be amazed at the will and determination of one man. There are so many tunnels, so many interesting layout bits - you have to go see it yourself. The staff is great and the tours are educational. Go ahead and go see it - you won't regret it.
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