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    We enjoyed seeing this cave and listening to the pre-recorded audio guide. The cave itself is enormous inside – I’ve never seen anything like it – and there are plenty of interesting facts and even some exhumed prehistoric animal bones etc. to look at.The cave is one of 3 in a set, which you can get a discounted pass to see them all if you wish. If you just want to see 1 or even 2, however, it’s still worth the non-discounted prices, since they aren’t particularly expensive.

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    Had a great time. Truly worth the experience.Rangers were great!!Ranger Cory & Ranger Keven were the best!!!2 best tours are Historic & domes and drip stones.

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    Violet City Lantern TourWas over rated for the experience. If you want to walk in dark cave and see nothing this is the trip for you. The lantern only lights the trail and nothing else. No picture could really be taken and the cave offers no stalagmites or stalagmites. The best part of the trip was exiting the cave and seeing light.

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    Mammoth Cave National Park was definitely a great time. The park is well maintained and the Park Rangers were all great. The staff was very friendly and knowledgable. The restaurant is pretty lame. It is very small. It’s best to eat somewhere along I-65. The cave can be quite cool. I recommend carrying a light jacket or sweatshirt for the tour.We’ll be back.

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    Overall terrible experience. The only “self guided” tour is 3/4 of a mile and to explore the caves they force you to be part of a big tour group. 140 people stuffed into a small space mixed with an old, mean tour guide who yelled at the group multiple times because a kid was sitting on a rock made the experience a huge let down. Please encourage the management to change the way they do businesses.