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    I brought my 7 year old niece to the Caverns. We both enjoyed the actual views of the caverns, but our group was way too large, making it very hard to hear our guide. At one point in the tour we could hear the guide from another group better than we could hear our guide. Sometimes it felt like we were hurried along, making it hard to take pictures. If I was rating you on the next item your rating would have been much lower, but it really wasn’t your fault. In our group was a young women who either had a working Guide dog or a dog in training who she allowed to poop on the path where people in our group walked through and then later in the tour that dog left a HUGE pile of poop along the side of the path. The smell was horrible. My siblings and I raised Guide dogs as teenagers and we always cleaned up after our puppies. I felt this young lady was very rude to us and the tour guide. She never attempted to clean up after her dog, She should have been prepared for such an incident.

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    A must visit place if your around DC, Northern Virginia area. A naturally formed caves with interesting facts.

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    Luray caverns rates as one of the best caverns I have ever been to. I have been to caverns on 3 different continents and that opening statement holds up against all of the caverns. They also have a great gift shop. Luray is a wonderful destination for all people young and old. Highly recommend.

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    Great place to take the family and actually learn some pretty cool info about rocks. Great tour guides who know there stuff.

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    So, I love natural wonders, especially geologic formations. (Who doesn’t?) But unfortunately, all of the joy and delight is sucked out of Luray Caverns. It’s awesome to see, but they hurry you through the caverns, and each tour group is like 40 people. And the tour guides are just teenagers who are clearly bored out of their minds because they’re repeating the same spiel every 45 minutes. Overall, it just seemed like a money-making machine, which was kind of a turn off… (The entry fee is $24.) Not to mention that they’re actually destroying the stalagmites and stalactites, because they don’t stop people from touching them. Go once to satisfy your curiosity, but you probably won’t return for a second visit.