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Penn's Cave & Wildlife Park, Centre Hall

(4.4/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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  • My boyfriend and I are very conflicted on how to rate Penn's Cave and Wildlife Park. We wish we could rate the two separately. We would rate the cave a 5/5, but the wildlife park only a 2/5. To start,...  more »
  • We visited on a rainy afternoon and I was a bit skeptical about the success of cave exploring in the rain with two small kids. Turns out they loved it, and it was such a unique experience. The cave is...  more »
  • So I've always wanted to visit here and I finally got the chance and I wasn't disappointed. A group of 7 of us went - including two children ages 11 and 7. We started with the wildlife tour which was ...  more »
  • Only did the cave the wildlife was closed its seasonal. The cave was cold it stays around 52° down there so dress warm year round. But it was fun and interesting.
  • Penn's Caves combines the fascination of the caves themselves with an amazing guided tour (on boats!) and a great and friendly staff. Well worth a visit!!!
  • Did the cavern tour by boat. Beautiful experience. Not for the claustrophobic though.
  • First time riding a boat through Caverns. It was a very different and enjoyable experience. Bring a jacket/sweatshirt out purchase one in the gift shop. The temp in the caves is around 55 degrees year round. I also recommend the safari tour. Be sure to listen to your guide and do exactly what you're told, especially when you get to the wolf enclosure. They are very shy. I was lucky enough to see them for a few minutes, because everyone one the bus followed instructions. The staff is very knowledgeable and willing to answer all of your questions. I can't wait to take my kids.
  • Had a birthday party for an animal loving 5 year old on the wildlife tour bus. Feeding the wolves was the highlight for him. The animals in the large outdoor fenced areas had lots of space and habitat--it was cool to be in among them for the elk and deer. The old bears in their pen were doing fine by traditional but it still did give a little bit of the sad cooped up creature feeling that you can feel in a regular zoo.