1. Johnny Ninetoes

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    This was NOT a cheap ploy for money that seems to be all over the place in the area. This gave the family including two easily bored boys (10 and 12) a wonderful experience. Very knowledgeable and friendly tour guide gave all the time for questions on this reasonable priced hour or so tour that was a nice pace. I could tell on the kids faces that they will remember this for the rest of their lives. Look forward to making this a regular stop for years to come. Well done Hidden River Cave staff.

  2. Robert Davis

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    My family and I have been through most of the caves and caverns through Virginia, and now after a week of touring through eastern Kentucky and Tennessee we had the pleasure of visiting Hidden River Cave. What a great story. While there are a lack of formations, this is a trip well worth the time. The museum was a great learning experience and the tour guide was thorough and didn’t rush us even though we were the last group of the day. I look forward to returning again and hopefully they will have expanded back into the larger domes.

  3. Ray Fowler

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    There are very few formations in this cave, which is also pretty short. The tour is basically a bridge built over an underground, which at the end has a few cave formations. The museum, however, is awesome which makes the overall cave+museum experience worthwhile.

  4. Kap Powell

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    Horse Cave (Hidden river cave) was out of business for decades due to pollution and now they are trying to make a comeback. This was a very laid-back and informative tour, given by a man who is obviously trying to re-build this once famous cave, (the entire town was built and named for it). They have a ways to go, however, as they seem to be struggling for money, and certain parts of the museum need updating. The tour itself is about an hour long and actually only goes a couple of city blocks in length. There is a steep staircase leading into the cave, but hey, it’s a cave.They are working on gaining permission to cross the railroad right-of-way (yes, they have underground rights of way). If and when they can do this, they will be able to open up the entire cave to visitors, which will more than triple the existing tour, and then I believe they will really have something special on their hands.The history behind the cave, the roaring underground river and the 100 year old artifacts still inside the cave make it more than a worthwhile side trip while in cave country.

  5. A Google User

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    This is a great place to start your exploration of the Kentucky Caves!