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Laurel Caverns, Farmington

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TripAdvisor
  • What a great day spent exploring with my husband. The wait time was 15 minutes or so and the bathrooms were clean! On our tour the young guide had a nice amount of knowledge and a good sense of humor....  more »
  • I expected the caverns to have stalactites and stalagmites but it didn't so the interest was more in the history. Our guide was nice and had the history memorized, but it would be helpful if he went t...  more »
  • This is the first dry cave that I've ever visited, so that means no lakes, stalagmites, or stalactites. It was still very interesting and they do a great light show set to music. They also offer much ...  more »
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  • Took my daughter 9 and her friend 12 and had a great time on the one hour tour with guide Ester. Informative, the girls really enjoyed it, bought a couple souvenirs and we're on our way. God's creation truly amazing!
  • I've only been to laurel caverns once but it was definitely worth the trip. It's definitely a great family trip, it's beautiful and fascinating, and our guide was very informational and friendly.
  • Fun for all ages! Great views (especially during Fall), tours throughout the day, good karma by supporting locally owned ego-tours. A bit of a drive that's worth it. Slightly outdated building, very informative.
  • Grew up neat here and have visited many times. Have led 2 Boy Scout trips thru here, one of those was for the Upper Caving tour, which is in the less explored area, where you do real caving. Crawling on the ground and dirt, with only your own light. Great staff! Very educational, beautiful sites and must see area in SW PA.
  • This is a great place to take teenagers for fantastic tours either in the upper caving or lower caving. They have staff who enjoy their jobs and are happy to teach.