1. ToddShann G

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    My dad took me to the caves when I was a kid, and I recently returned to bring my husband and my own children. They loved it as much as I had. It’s nice to get the kids back to nature once in a while, and away from the t.v and video games. The tour through the caves is great for kids (especially boys)….there are lots of things for the kids to see, touch, and learn about ( my boys loved the bats!!!) and the scenery surrounding the caves (the rapids,old mill etc.) are beautiful for the adults. The guided tour teaches you about the history of the region, the caves, and about fossils. After the tour, you are free to roam about as much as you please.I suggest you bring a picnic to enjoy down by the water.

  2. T. Jim

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    Not sure what I was expecting. I guess the problem is I went because someone suggested going there and I didn’t research it. That person has now been banned from making attraction suggestions.For the price, I think it wasn’t a good value. I was expecting more hiking and less education. The caves themselves are barely anything. I wouldn’t call them caves so much as a crevice. So for me it was boring. I think the attraction is more for kids. But I think if I was a kid, I too wouldn’t have wanted to be there. I guess it’s more for elementary school field trips to get out of one science class.The guides themselves were very energetic and positive.However, I think for the price of the attraction, especially since we went with 6 people, for a total of almost $100, we could have gotten much more value elsewhere. The facilities don’t even have a running toilet, there is only an outhouse and a well-pump. So I think price was the deciding factor in my review.

  3. Neal Burke

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    Had a terrible experience and would not recommend. Clearly a money grab. We booked a table for two for the dining experience event. It was supposed to be our anniversary dinner. The owner claims we never confirmed, which is simply untrue. He cancelled our reservation, saying he did not receive credit card information – which he did not ask for and we had no idea he needed before the dinner. He then said when he realized he did not have the credit information, he didn’t want to contact us to ask us for it so as ‘not to bug us’. Finding out the day that our dinner was cancelled was obviously way more upsetting than having someone call and ask for credit card information! I cannot believe that he runs a business this way.

  4. Robert Martin

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    I hadn’t visited since the kids were small (~30 years). We opted out the caves themselves and were allowed to hear the history and tour the area taking several photos. It was a most enjoyable time, being a beautiful day as well. I learned more than I had known about this interesting area and got some great photos. The day we were visiting was very busy with an overflowing parking lot. Friendly people made our Sunday drive even more rewarding. Thank you.

  5. Mike Steele

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    One of my favourite places since I was a kid. It’s a neat way to learn about the geologic processes in this special landscape. The limestone is an ancient sea bed and the caves and sink holes that form in it are part of what is known as Karst topography. These are the same festures in Europe that sheltered many of our ancestors. While the tour isn’t long, the Bonnechere Caves are one of the few places in our modern life where we can experience true, total darkness — and don’t be alarmed, the guide treats us to this only briefly. The surrounding area is rich in marine fossils, the river itself is gorgeous and the encompassing countryside is unbelievably pretty. Look at the caves as part of an overall experience and you won’t be disappointed if you have an enquiring mind and an eye for beauty.