Yes, this is a typical tourist activity, for lack of a better definition. Our tour guide was very polite and friendly. The cave has sustained significant damage to the many beautiful alive and dead formations. With the inclement weather, we had a small group of seven attendees and often 'stayed back' during the tour to study the environment at our own pace. We had our own flashlights with us to study the formations along with illuminating a 6" PVC pipe at the bottom of the waterfall pool, which may lend evidence to a possible 'pumping system' that recycles the 'waterfall' water. It was incredibly disappointing to hear from our tour guide that the cave was millions of years old. This is a blatent lie that the owner(s) of Ruby Falls subscribe to and instruct their tour guides to teach all of the attendees. Now, stating that fact, it would be fair to say that the Ruby Falls owner(s) have also been deceived by the secular world in the evolutionists' unsubstantiated conjectures. My wife and I kindly corrected our tour guide and he was very receptive. Also, there is literature teaching an 'old earth'; literature portraying the earth to be 'billions of years' old. At the very least, Ruby Falls would benefit from teaching the TRUTH. I would gladly refer them to 'Answers in Genesis' website. Leo, the original discoverer of Ruby Falls, was a Godly man and would surely would not condone the false teachings at Ruby Falls. There is much to consider prior to your potential visit along with a hefty fee of $37 dollars for the two of us and that was WITH the dollar coupon.
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