We had done a cave tour this summer in Ohio. It was very interesting but does not hold a candle to the Inner Space Caves. We spent the night in Round Rock and made the drive to be at the caves when they opened for the first tour. Several people had arrived before us but we were able to secure a spot on the 11:20 tour.
I purchased our tickets with an Entertainment book coupon for a buy one general tour get one free. So we only had to pay $40 for the 3 of us to tour. We milled around the gift shop for about fifteen minutes before gathering for the start of our tour. The rules are pretty basic such as no food or drink in the cave and use the bathroom before you head in.
The tour descends down a steep hill into the cave that you have the pleasure of walking up when you leave. The walking is very easy and not cramped like our previous cave visit. The rooms and walk way are pretty spacious and you are able to spread around taking pictures.
They have installed colored lighting in spots to enhance the cave. And basic white lights for walking. The guide did let us experience total darkness a couple of times and it was pretty amazing!
There are a few spots you walk past that are holding water.
The cave was discovered in 1963 while they were test drilling for the highway.
It was amazing to see the soda straws and different formations in the cave.
We would highly recommend a visit to Inner Space Cavern. The tour was almost an hour and a half. Our group had all ages in it and I think everyone enjoyed themselves.
More information here: https://innerspacecavern.com/
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