Niagara Cave is one of the most fascinating and unique geological attractions in the United States. In fact, it has been rated one of the top ten caves in the United States by many outdoor activity rating sites! During the one-hour, one mile, guided tour visitors will witness an underground stream leading to a waterfall nearly 60 feet high, stalactites both delicate and massive, calcite flowstone, several fossils that have been dated to over 400 million years old, and a wedding chapel in which over 400 weddings have been performed, plus much, much more.
Niagara cave is a constant 48 degrees year around, so a light jacket or sweatshirt is suggested.
Proper walking shoes are required, (flip flops and Crocs are not recommended) High heels and bare feet are not allowed .
Also, because there are several sets of stairs on the cave tour wheelchairs and strollers can not be used on the tour. However, the gift shop is wheelchair accessible.
If you have a heart condition, have difficulty taking stairs, have severe asthma, or any condition that may hinder your ability to walk one mile and descend and climb a total of 250 stairs in a cave environment with high humidity, we do not recommend that you take the tour.
We had a blast touring this by lantern! The guide was great, very informative. We had a blast! My first time touring a cave and it was not what I was expecting. For someone who doesn't like closed spaces I loved that this was open and the walkways were spacious! I plan to go back and tour it again!
It's truly a spectacular cave. I went there with my son on the staff were very friendly and accommodating. There's some great items in the gift shop that are very reasonably priced. Definitely worth checking out.
Very neat, something different. Very informative polite and friendly staff. Nice picnic area (tables and grassy areas) and a small playground outside.
Amazing cave. It is really big. Lots of things to see. Highly recommend.
Pretty underwhelming experience ! The name Niagara caves got us hyped for atleast a small waterfalls within the caves. Turns out that you can only see the falls from the top which doesn't give you the experience. The stalactites and stalagmites are also not very developed - just a dozen hundred years maybe. Not a fault of the management, but overall an underwhelming experience.