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Polar Caves Park, Rumney

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
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  • We're grandparents, and in pretty good physical condition, but we had to give in and take the side paths around most of the caves. But the kids loved it so much, they wanted to go into all the caves a...  read more »
  • A must do, if you love the outdoors! It was tricky for my 5 year old granddaughter to make her way through the darkness and stairs. The caves are more fun for bigger children. But don't let that stop ...  read more »
  • My boyfriend and I enjoyed visiting the polar caves, the price of admission is very reasonable and We will definitely be with some friends every soon ! 
  • We got free tickets from a friend and WOW...I never knew this place was here until i saw it for myself..Amazing ! The ticket prices are reasonable..When we were there...a school was there on a field trip...Plenty of room for the little people to run around...Feeding the animals was exciting...You can even pan your own rocks for gold and gems... All the walkways were fantastic!..Very well layed out..I love it.. I will go back and pay for my ticket for next time!!
  • Came from Southern Vermont for a great time out with the family! If you love to explore or have kids that love to explore; what a great adventure this is! Discovered in the 1900's, this place pleases the senses and delivers a sense of the ages. I brought my 10 year old and her 14 year old sister and they just LOVED it! The self guided tour around the caves is long enough to feel like it was well worth the trip, but short enough that you aren't likely to get tired out. And hey, you can always make another trip . . . My only peeve is that pricing is a little high for a self guided trip. I highly recommend a tour of New Hampshires Polar Caves!
  • Very cool place to check out just north of Hebron, NH. Lots of small caves to wander though. Some of them are tough for a tall person such a myself but it's doable.
  • Good times!! Just be careful when you're walking through the caves and taking pictures and videos because it's really easy to smash your head off rocks from above and beside... Doesnt feel good.....The best part for me was the new rock climbing cliff.....did it twice!!
  • Nice place! My kids enjoyed feeding the deer , going in and out of caves. They have picnic area also..
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