We enjoyed the tour very much, and the tour guide was very well-informed and personable. I had quite a workout climbing all the steps, but at 60 years old and sadly out of shape, I did manage to keep up (although I'm certain the people next to me worried about the serious huffing and puffing I did). I felt the tour was very informative and interesting. As a Christian, I appreciated the special light show regarding the Creation, but I can understand people feeling surprised or even offended that it was included in the presentation, if they did not already embrace the idea. Perhaps the management could make it clear to the public ahead of time that a religious element is involved.
We would have liked to attend an underground concert,but I understand that is provided through a separate vender and that tickets sell out in minutes of their availability.
Groups can arrange to take more involved tours and to stay overnight in the caverns. We just did the one and a half mile tour.
Don't leave without at least sampling the fudge! They make fudge right down there in the caverns, where the temperature and humidity are very favorable and consistent. we left with a half-pound of peanut butter and also the chocolate cheesecake fudge. Excellent!
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