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    Fun for all ages. Got one of the 1st tours of the day, on a week day. Gave us time to walk a little slower and stop and take a bunch more pics. Being my 3rd time here with different family and friends I still found a few new things. Like they shut off all the lights at the end of the boat tour, witch normally they can’t without messing up another tour. They have up graded things from 4yrs ago with some new outdoor attractions and a new shop, and I was told they have HUGE plans to upgrade a ton more in the years to come.

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    i was married there at the stone heart shaped alter in the cave. even though my marriage didnt work out it was still the best day of my life. we were the 136th couple to marry there since howes daughter was married there in 1895

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    I just want to tell everyone what a great time my son and I had going thru the new section of the caves with our guide Matt. He was very knowledgeable and a lot of fun. I would recommend this to anyone who doesn’t mind tight places and getting dirty. It was a great day and well worth the money. Thanks to everyone at Howe’s Caverns.

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    Came here with a group of 3. I am rating this cavern in respects to other that I’ve been to, namely Indian Echo Caverns and Luray Caverns. Giving this place 3 stars because the caverns was not that impressive. The only thing memorable/unique about this place was the boat ride and the “maze” like pathway towards the end of the tour. The other 2 caverns definitely do not have a boat ride. A reason for the average rating is that the caverns feels more like a little cave than a cavern. Didn’t feel as massive or expansile as the other two. Another reason that the stalagmite, stalactites, flowstone, column, drapery, and straws were all very small. They were like baby versions of the ones I’ve seen at the other caverns. It also felt like this “cavern” was greatly more affected by us humans than the other two. One interesting fact is that they age cheese down there. There is a separate room where they age cheese (sharp cheddar to be exact). We didn’t get a chance to try it but I’m sure it tastes okay.It is cold in the “cavern” so please bring a light jacket.If I had to choose between the 3 caverns I mentioned, I would recommend the other 2 over this one. It’s great that I got to see it but not as memorable as the others.Parking is $2 which was not mentioned on their website. A little shady =PThey also did not have an issue with tripods. Just lag behind in your group and you’ll be able to use your tripod =D

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    My friends and I took the lantern tour and it’s definitely worth the money. It begins with a regular tour then at the midpoint of the boat ride you light up the lanterns and the tour guides let you walk back on your own time. Such an awesome way to experience the cavern and I recommend it to all.