This easy 40-minute tour winds its way through formation-filled rooms and past huge flowstone deposits. The wait is usually less than 30 minutes between tours. Both walking tours are scheduled as needed. A tour will be scheduled when tickets are purchased. During the winter waits may be longer, but almost never exceed an hour.
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