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Dixie Caverns, Salem

(3.8/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • We had a good time in the caverns! Very interesting to see all the formations in the caverns. I took my sister and her best friend who are both from California and they loved it. Great place to stop t...  more »
  • There is a nice gift shop here with lots to choose from and also an antique store. We did not tour the caverns but we did enjoy the gift shop and antiques store. 
  • We were in Virginia to take my daughter and a friend to the college for the weekend at liberty university. I had three other teens to keep occupied, so took one day and went to Dixie caverns and they ...  more »
  • Caverns are a fun tour. Very safe and easy paths. No squeezing into tight spots or dark crevices required, so it's good for general groups. Some cool larger areas and rock formations to be found, but neither the tour nor the cave systems are extensive.
  • We went and our tour guide Joey was great! He was funny and very knowledgeable! The caverns were very cool (literally!) Only thing wear good comfortable shoes there's a lot of stairs!
  • Our tour guide was awesome. I believe his name was Bowan or something similar but he was funny and very knowledgable. He made sure we were all safe and joked around. The tour was very interesting :)
  • Just stopped in to visit the cave. Was a great tour. Small groups and friendly staff. My sons had a great time picking out comics at the antique store on site for the ride home. :)
  • Our tour guide was a young guy either in high school or just starting college, He was hilarious and you could tell he had been doing this for a long time. You could also tell he still had a great time at his job and it was very refreshing, thanks for a great day.