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My family and I spent an hour here as it was free with our annual park pass. It’s an interesting account of the beginning of the national park system and conservative. Many of the hiking trails leading out were unfortunately closed.
If you buy a day rover in Banff the trip up here is covered. The cave is down a long narrow passage and you can see the hole in the roof that the native Americans used to defend down on a rope. There was a...More
This is a great small museum. Best for small kids and history buffs but my teenagers even had fun. This winter they have vintage winter carnival games in the courtyard in addition to the cave and the static displays including ice cube sculpture building and...More
Living in Alberta my whole life, I have never thought of going to the Cave and Basin. This time we finally popped in. It has a lot of great history and I could not get my head around the cave until I actually saw it....More
We had a lot of fun taking part in the winter festival activities - curling, hockey in a box, bean bag toss, a warm fire... it was really fun. My understanding is that this was a special event but it made the winter visit so...More