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Moqui Cave, Kanab

Categories: Ruins, Architectural Buildings, Museums, Tourist Spots
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3.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • Was first made into a bar and dance hall. Would have been cool to visit it at that time. Now a museum with remnants of what once was. Very interesting. Includes a nice gift shop inside. 
  • Our group was traveling the area on motorcycle and made a spur of the moment decision to stop and see the cave. We were given a personal greeting and history of the cave and contents by Sage, the gran...  read more »
  • Sage has prodided us with so many memories of a day when it was wet and we needed a cave to enjoy ourselves. Sage is such a great source of information and one can detect how proud she is of what her ...  read more »
  • My kids and I just visited the Moqui cave. Sage was our tour guide Extraordinaire. She is a descendent of the family who bought the cave in the 1940s and had amazing stories to tell. She was so helpful and kind and interesting to talk to. My kids and I just loved her. We will definitely return and recommend that you all visit this very interesting and fun place. Ask for Sage!
  • Great monument. Great learning experience for the kids. Nice gift shop. Definitely some history here. Recommend to families and a must stop for travelers.
  • We have drive past this place many times over the years, and have had the intention of stopping in several times. Usually when we pass by, the place is closed (late night usually). This last time however, we managed to get in JUST as they were closing. They were very nice and let us and a few other people come in before closing up for the day. The admission price is negligible. The place is pretty small, so there isn't a ton to see and do, but they do have nice collections of minerals and fossils. The gift shop prices left little to be desired. There were some rock coasters for twenty-something dollars that were identical to the ones I had in the truck, with the $6 price tag still firmly attached.
  • A tourist trap from back in the day. These are the kind of places to see when you don't take the interstates.
  • Very nice and interesting place. The tickets were very cheap.
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