Having been to the cave several times in my life I am always amused with the short tour of somehting really cool. not nearly as long as some cave tours in Ohio, it is still amazing to see.
Despite the website saying they close at the end of the month, they closed last weekend. Would have been nice to know before we drove a few hours to go here. Guess we should have called but never had this issue with anything before. It did look fun from the road.
My wife and I made sure to check this place out as it is one of the top attractions on the island. Not only is there a large cave to check out but it has an 18 hole mini golf course, a butterfly house, car museum, a maze, a giant gift shop, and a few other smaller activities. What a... 更多
The stalagmites or stalactites (sp?), were super small. Apparently the owner in the 1800s chopped them all off thinking they'd grow back. So, it was missing that wow factor. However, the tour guide was amazing. She was super funny and engaged. She made it fun!
If you are looking for a cave experience resembling Mammoth Caves, you will not find it here. A tour is 20 minutes and the cave is not very big at all. There is some interesting history associated with the cave. It is very touristy, but even that has a little charm. Not a bad experience, but once was probably enough.
We were looking for something fun to do on a Monday in put in bay and this delivered. We got the fun pass, $16 for three excursions. We did putt putt (nice, well maintained course), the cave (interesting, lot of history, tour guide did a nice job), and the butterfly conservatory (very pretty, staff was knowledgeable and it was magical... 更多
Recently explored the caves with a group of people while visiting Put In Bay. Although the tour is short, there was a lot to learn. We enjoyed the gift shop and mining area. Could be rough for parents with little ones as sometimes it was a little slippery!