Indian Echo Caverns, Hummelstown
Categories: Caves, Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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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Went here on a day when it was raining so we could get out of the weather. It's a nice cavern with easy access to the highway. It also has a gently sloping staircase going down to the opening in compa... read more »
If you a feel of a real cavern, don't miss going to this one! Our guide Andre was very knowledgeable and entertaining. The history of the cavern is very interesting and it's not very touristy like. Wo... read more »
We had a little time to burn and were in Hershey so it was only about a ten minute drive a definite must see if you go to Hershey park. I have an 8 and a 9 year old and they loved . There is a big fli... read more »
Was a lot of fun to do while staying in nearby Lancaster. Our tour guide Cam was knowledgable and made it fun! Would recommend. There should be prices posted on their website though. $18 for an adult.
Our tour guide Cam was so funny and very enthusiastic! The caverns were an amazing first time experience in caves. I enjoyed learning about the history and exploring the caves in a small group. Adults are $18. My one complaint is that it costs a lot for a simple tour. Additionally, pricing should be posted on the website.
Much more interesting than I thought it would be. Nice gift shop and clean restrooms. Entire property was very pleasant with picnic groves and a small petting zoo. The tour lasted about an hour but was very light-hearted and everyone in the group had fun.
Rather large cavern with awesome rock formations and an entertaining and informative guided tour. A great way to spend a hot summer afternoon.
Very nice tour and interesting cave. The guide did a good job of leading the group but lacked basic knowledge of the geology of the rocks. When asked the age of the formation, she didn't know that the rocks were from the Ordovician (began 488 million years ago) but was only able to say they were millions of year old.
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