Discussion in 'Kentucky' started by moorwall, May 26, 2011.
The Mammoth caves are beautiful and you can take the historical tour with a park ranger who will tell you about the history of the caves.
I would suggest though to stay overnight in a Bed&Breakfast in nearby Brownsville, so you could have an early start visiting the park. Arriving at 9 am at the visitor center, there still were plenty of tours to choose from such as the New Entrance tour, which is a 2 hour tour that uses a man made entrance from the 1920s to get into the caves.
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