Dixie Caverns is a small cave but it has fairly many things to see for the size. We saw resident bats which were very tiny and furry, almost the size of a golfball.There were hand rails by the stairs and walkways which made me feel more comfortable (since I was wearing shoes that were prone to sliding.) Constant 55 degrees inside the cave was satisfying. We were the last group to go-in before they close. The tour guide was very friendly, gave us a 45-minute tour and filled us with information about some details of the cave and other stories but failed to focus on the cave itself, he neglected to mention the names of rock formations found inside the cave. Despite that, overall, it was a satisfying visit. Their shop sells a lot of nice stones and the prices are very reasonable. Our son enjoyed his stone souvenirs.
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