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    The caves are expansive and well-lit. According to our friendly tour guide, April, there are 17 chambers and we got to tour/see 12 of them. The tour lasted a good while (long enough for us to get bored, so it was a good value for the money. Several of the formations took my breath away. I had a couple problems with the caves, though. They are pretty beaten up. There is quite a bit of damage to rock formations and it was disappointing to see (although its important to note that the caves have been open for visitors for ~90 years). Also, I felt the tour could have included a bit more educational information. I found myself having to ask prying questions rather than having information offered; that being said, the tour was more informational than not and did include tidbits about the caves’ discovery. The gift shop is nice and we were pleased to see about half of the stuff for sale was “Made in the USA” but the second floor attraction (a collection of old department store window displays?) was “meh” at best. They were almost all terribly creepy (but that’s just one woman’s opinion) and about 3/4 of them were broken in some manner; the biggest one was only halfway in order, and another was physically falling apart. Worth the trip, but really only if you’re REALLY into caves or its on your way.

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    I was very pleasantly surprised with my experience. After we arrived we only waited 5 minutes before heading down for the 1-hour tour. The caverns were worth the drive, and if you’re into kitschy and strange exhibits, stick around for the Main Street of Yesteryear displays upstairs and the American Celebration on Parade Museum next door. Plus you can stop by the flea market off the exit you take to get there.

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    A Damp Day spent at the Shenandoah Caverns: Fun day trip with my nephew and friends to the breath taking natural wonders of Luray Caverns, Shenandoah underground attractions. I will recommend this location to anyone looking for a fun day out with friends and family! Absolutely wonderful! The caverns and the freaky formations are something you have to see to believe. This place is a perfect example of God’s handiwork and artistic nature. Its a must see if you live around Maryland, Washington, DC, Virginia or if you are in town and have free time. It’s worth visiting!!!!!!!!!

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    Pretty pricey …But other than that it’s a good place to visit …and try not visiting in March or April. 😀

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    Awesome place for a family to enjoy fun at caves in the underground