Laurel Caverns

$7 for Virtual Tour of Laurel Caverns from Laurel Caverns ($9 Value)

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Participants can learn the history of Laurel Caverns and admire their natural beauty without leaving their homes

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Sarah
2 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
November 8, 2022
This was so cute! I wasn't expecting a behind the scenes tour and just assumed that it would be either a nice walking tour or photos with some fun knowledge of the caves. Highly recommend it!
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ekoller143
18 ratings16 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
August 29, 2020
Interesting information on the geology of the cave! Money goes toward the conservation of the park.

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  • Participants go on a virtual trip around the Laurel Caverns while learning the history of the cave and admiring its natural beauty. By renting the virtual tour, they are also helping preserve Laurel Caverns for future generations.
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  • Duration: 1 hour

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About Laurel Caverns

Laurel Caverns is one of the deepest caves in the United States and is not a typical tourist cave. Instead of stalactites, it has highly sculptured sandstone walls that were designed by wind and water currents millions of years ago. It's left in its natural state for visitors to feast their eyes on nature's piece of art.

Other onsite attractions include a lookout on an amazing view of Chestnut Ridge from high up, and Kavernputt—an 18-hole mini-golf course that can be played from a wheelchair.