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Inner Space Cavern, Georgetown

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  • Wonderful tour, especially for children, of underground rock formations millions of years old. Temperature is constantly in high 70's so can go winter or summer. 
  • WE went to the caverns with our children and grandchildren. It is an interesting trip into the inner world. I will advise that if you cannot walk well it is not a trip for you. My husband only made ab...  more »
  • Fun adventure for the whole family. No matter the weather outside it feels about 80 degrees once inside the caverns. Walking required so be sure to wear your walking shoes. It is wet along some of the...  more »
  • We went here on a hot summer day and it was wonderful. Our tour guide was Charles and he did an excellent job. We even had a fussy one year old and he made us feel at ease. He was very informative and engaging. The caverns are absolutely breathtaking. This is a neat place to stop if you are looking for something different and to get a break from the heat.
  • This was very fun on a hot summer day. I'm from Alabama and have toured many caves east of the Mississippi and I found it very interesting how different a Texas cave was. Eleanor was our guide and she was very nice and informative. The staff was also very nice and friendly. I would recommend anyone take the tour. I have physical limitations and I was able to do it. Yes I'm in some pain at the end but it was worth it. There are no stairs or elevator. Just the walkway down. It's pretty challenging coming back up because you are tired but since you are at the end you can take your time. There are some small puddles but the walkway is well maintained. It's a cave, you are going to have water. If you take your own flashlight you can do some looking around. You may spot a bat or two.
  • This is a really nice place to visit, especially if you have been on a long trip and need to get out and walk around in a cool place for a while. There are some booths inside and a place to buy souvenirs and refreshments too. The staff is very friendly. Monopods and tripods are not allowed in the cave, but they did let me take a 360 degree camera inside and record our tour and that was really nice of them. The caves are privately owned by a family that is generous enough to share them with the public.
  • The tour I went on was a ton of fun for my entire family despite their age. Our guide was knowledgeable, funny and excited about his job. It's amazing that all that exists right off of and under IH-35!
  • It was a great experience, learned a great deal about the cavern. The tourguide (J.J.) was very knowledgeable. It was a bit pricey, paid 20$ per adult person but I think thats a fair price to maintain the cavern.