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“Amazing tour guide”
Review of Bristol Caverns

Bristol Caverns
Ranked #2 of 18 things to do in Bristol
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

I've never been to a cavern before and our tour guide was amazing at telling us about the history and everything. We were lucky enough to get a tour with just us since we showed up at a slower time. The kids enjoyed it and talked about it the whole drive home.

Thank lpape02
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Reviewed 13 November 2017 via mobile

Enjoyed our tour. Easy walking, cave is warm in all weather. Pointed out many interesting areas. Seemed like a short tour, it will be nice when they are able to open up more of the cave.

Thank Lorraine L
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Reviewed 27 October 2017

I discovered the caverns online and wanted to go. My husband and I spent about an hour in the caverns under the guidance of Cory our wonderful guide. The owner of the caves is also very informative and nice and his souvenir shop is full of wonderful gems such as geodes, etc. The Cherokee Indians used these caverns to stay warm. These are absolutely amazing and definitely worth seeing. The pictures I took do not do them justice.

1  Thank Monique D
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Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

My wife and I had to kill a damp afternoon. Looked at things to do in Bristol and the Caverns were highly recommended. We arrived at 3pm, paid our $15 and expected a canned guided tour through a limestone cavern. The tour exceeded our expectations. The caverns are huge! They are spectacular. The guide was a geologist who knew his rocks and history of the cave. It helped that we were being given a private tour because we were the only patrons. We spent almost 1.5 hours going through the accessible areas. The lighting allows for great photography and around every turn was something surprising and stunningly beautiful. Well worth the visit. This isn't your everyday cavern.

2  Thank Photobill7
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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Tours kick off every 30 minutes or so. Guides explain the history of the caverns and take you through all the accessible areas. One area has quite a few steps, but you can take it as slow as you need to. Our family of three, including our ten year old daughter, enjoyed the visit.

2  Thank Kara P
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