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Polar Caves Park, Rumney

#8 of 35 in Nature in White Mountains
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  • Been coming here since I was a kid, and last weekend took my two teenagers and their friends (I have also taken them when they were little). It's always great fun. Just don't buy tickets online - you ...  more »
  • We're a family of 4 including our daughter 6 years old and his little brother of 4 1/2 years. I chose the cellar polar unlike his sidekick because it was easier because my boy. It was really great. Remember to bring some flashlights and be careful to follow take your time and follow the directions as it is easy to miss the last 3 caves. Take the time to look at the stones, they are fantastic. For those who are interested it is possible to try out outdoor climbing. $ 10 a climb or $ 30 for 4 from 6 years. There are 3 levels of difficulty and the most difficult is not so easy. Unless you're a pro, you'll for your money. I did several years inside without ever try outside and I found it hard, it was 6 years old that I had not done. A try. The store offers several shopping interesting including geodes to break yourself. To make absolutely. The caves take about 1 HR to do.
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  • My mother and three kids ages 4,6 & 9 had a gem of a good time (my 9 year old is helping with the review and loves puns). Though the tickets seem a little pricey for a 'park' it is a very well appoint...  more »
  • Really awesome place to go. They have caves you explore, it can be 93% out yet in those caves it can feel like it's only 50%!! It's really amazing. They have a gift shop with homemade fudges, candies. A mining spot where you can mine yourself. It's very interesting and learning spot.
  • Been here years ago. Noticed the difference in service almost immediately. Big drop. Really wanted to take the kids too. Had just dpent the week in Lincoln visiting numerous attractions. All were pleasant and friendly . However, at the Polar Caves attraction, I couldn't get past the disrespectful cashier.
  • Had a lot more fun than I thought I would here. Came before the busy season. I'm a big guy and made it through everything except the "lemon squeeze " the wife and I had a blast!
  • It's been a lot of years since the last time I was here (30+). What a great time my daughter and I had, with her class. We climbed through the caves twice (& we both did the "Lemon Squeeze"), fed the ducks, walked the trails, she wants to go again when it isn't raining so she can climb the rock.
  • Exciting place to visit. The first cave makes you nervous, but you can quickly adapt. I would go back.

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