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.
We headed to Ohio for a weekend at Cedar Point not too long ago. I had some Club Carlson points to burn up when they were in the process of taking away the second night free perk. We made plans back in April to visit Cedar Point on a Saturday leaving Friday open for either driving or something touristy. Some thing touristy that I cannot do at home is tour a cave.
I have vertigo issues that come and go so I figured if it came down to it I could read a book at the car while Husband and Daughter went into the cave. We easily found the location on our GPS not far from the Ohio turnpike. There were several cars in the parking lot next to the cemetery. (If you are traveling with a trailer or motor home they do have ample easy parking for you.) Bathrooms are clean port-a-johns next to the parking area. And they have a cute cut out for a family picture outside. They also offer the mine slouching for kids but we did not take the time.