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Indian Echo Caverns, Hummelstown

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Cave Geologic Formation
Once the home of a well-known hermit, Indian Echo Caverns is an underground collection of limestone formations. The caverns have easily accessible entrances and wide-open spaces that may have been used for shelter and storage for centuries. After taking a guided tour of the cave's deep recesses, stop outside the attraction's entrance to see an old mill and gift shop. To visit Indian Echo Caverns and get the most from your holiday in Hummelstown, create itinerary details personal to you using our Hummelstown trip itinerary builder.
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  • We were with family and friends. Tickets are pricey, Spent over $100+ for tickets. But they have tour guide - that explains everything in details, so you are not left alove wondering around. learned a...  more »
  • Didn't know what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. Our tour guide, Ed, made it informative and fun.  more »
  • The front desk girls were extremely courteous. This is the definition of service with a smile. The petting farm was good (just goats and chickens). There's a horse ride somewhere I suppose. Our tour g...  more »
  • First time I've been in a cavern and it was really cool. You'll have to duck at some points, I'm 6'4 and only had to duck through a few caverns so don't worry if you are kinda tall. Also we had a great tour guide.
  • It was a great place to explore it was breathtakingly beautiful. Somewhere I'd return to our tour guide was creative and there was so much to learn and I enjoyed that it was dog friendly and my little guy could go down there with me in my arms. I loved that it was a great price for the caverns and gem milling I found some great thing gems
  • My family and I went today to the cavern and was led by "Laura". Unlike the other tour guides who seemed upbeat and overall energetic, Laura does not seem to have the energy or enthusiasm as the rest. She is inconsiderate towards the people in her group and it felt like a class trip led by someone who doesnt enjoy their job anymore. I would highly recommend this place however it would be best led by someone younger and actually wants to be there.
  • Really enjoyed our spur of the moment trip out here. The tour guide was fabulous, really funny and genuinely enjoyed talking about the cavern's history and ecosystem. The underground lakes were absolutely beautiful, and if I hadn't already gotten married I might have considered making the Wedding Chapel our nuptial location! Highly recommend visiting this natural wonder.
  • The caverns are fascinating for folks who love to explore. You are only permitted to enter in groups that are guided by a tour guide. Prices: 18/adults 10/children Free/babies. There are a LOT of steps to access the cavern entrance/exit. You will get dripped on when inside, wear clothes that can get a bit dirty. Also, shoes that can get wet in puddles. They also have animals nearby that you are allowed to feed and pet. They also have a playground.