- Address: 399 Indian Point Rd, Branson, MO 65616, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-4173388220
- Tags: Cave, Family And Kids
Marvel cave, which was earlier known as Marble cave, is one of the biggest caves in Missouri. It is now a part of the Silver Doller City theme park. It came into light in roughly early 16th century. It was first discovered by Osage Indians while they were hunting. Echoing sounds, dark entrance and flying bats scared everyone. They named it ‘Devil’s Den’ out of the fear. But, it eventually became registered natural landmark of the Missouri. The cave is well-lit with concreate pathways. You can also take the lanterns tour where artificial lights are turned off and you can explore the cave in lantern lights given to you. If you want to know the historic and geographical information about this cave, then take the guide. Do not forget to explore this cave when you are visiting Missouri. But, keep in mind that it is not wheelchair accessible yet.
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2.48% of people who visit Branson include Marvel Cave in their plan
60% of people start their Marvel Cave visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Marvel Cave
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Marvel Cave
Marvel Cave Reviews & Ratings
Excellent! Who would of thought a theme park would sit on top of this beautiful cave? Silver Dollar City has done well to preserve this treasure. The cave tour is free but has a lot of steps and tight spots. We really appreciate Vivian, our guide, who made the tour entertaining and educational!
The many steps tour, over 500 down and a tram ride up. A big cave room just past the entrance, once past that , you need to be able to negotiate low places and the many steps. A bit of history by the guide--if you're seeking geology of caves, not more than elementary information presented. While some formations are interesting-- mostly towards the end of the tour, not a lot to wow. Perhaps a good starter cave, but Talking Rocks right around the corner is better for the cave curious.
Wasn't crazy about going in a cave again but my granddaughter wanted to so I went. The last time was 15 years ago, I'm 63 now and it wasn't that bad. The beautiful formations inside make all the stairs worth it.
What a fun tour! The tour guides were a lot of fun, and they had plenty of jokes that kept us entertained. The cave is awesome and has some awesome areas. I would not recommend this for anyone who has difficulty walking steep, wet, and dimly lit stairs.
I really love marvel movies, they are marvelous. Every time I watch a Marvel movie I look forward to the Stan Lee cameo. My favorite Stan Lee cameo by far is the Stan Lee cameo in Spiderman Home coming. Spider Man is my favorite super hero. I am looking forward to Endgame and I really hope they give Stan the best cameo. A marvel hero who doesn't get the respect he deserves is Howard the Duck. Howard the Duck is underestimated in his power. He has a ROCKET LAUNCHER. In the comics Howard has a form similar to Iron Man, The Iron Duck. He did have a move in 1986 but I feel like he deserves a modern take on his story. He also appeared in the end credits of the first Gardians of the Galaxy movie. I think it would be funny if Howard appeared just for a couple of seconds in Endgame. In Captain Marvel there was a tribute to Stan Lee and I want to see that in a lot more Marvel movies. Until more movies come out this is my review on Marvel.