Bluff Dwellers Cavern

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  • Address: 163 Cave Rd, Noel, MO 64854, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-4174753666
  • Tags: Cave, Family And Kids

You and your tour companions can plan to pay a visit to the Bluff Dwellers Cave to enjoy an outing uniquely. It is an ancient cave that offers a mystic splendor and many interesting kinds of features. Since the year 1927, this gem of Ozark region has been introducing visitors to many unknown aspects of nature. Draperies that create sound when tapped, a 10-ton rock that is movable with fingers, a 75 feet long Rimstone Dam and many other types of rock formation make the interiors of this cave chaotic yet enthralling. The Bluff Dwellers Cave is a refuge to species like Cave Salamander, Dark-Sided Salamander, Western Slimy Salamander, Oklahoma Salamander and Grotto Salamander. You need to make reservation for group touring here.

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  • Bluff Dwellers Cavern Address: 163 Cave Rd, Noel, MO 64854, USA, United States
  • Bluff Dwellers Cavern Contact Number: +1-4174753666
  • Bluff Dwellers Cavern Timing: 24-hrs
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  • We attended cavern tavern this weekend! Our tour guide was Cory. BTW...if you can request a guide, REQUEST CORY! Every staff we came in contact with was VERY welcoming! We started in the gift shop because we were super early! Reasonably priced! The museum was interesting to me, as I am raising a rock collected (She's 6). THE TOUR...though it was abbreviated because of the beer at the end was very informative!! Cory and his dad jokes kept me laughing!! I can't wait to got back for the extended (regular) tour soon! We ended the tour with samples from a local brewery! The Lemon Ale was AH MAY ZING! But that non-alcoholic root beer gave me life!! Will definitely be spreading the word about Mr. Browning's finding!

  • What to do on a hot and humid summer day? This is the question we had to answer. How about a visit to Bluff Dwellers Cave! I can't say enough positive things about our visit. The temperature in the cave is a refreshing 56 or so degrees (perfect for that hot and humid day). The cave itself has been developed just enough to enable a visitor to get around easily but not so much so that you lose the beauty and feel of the cave experience. The passageways and geological formations are fantastic. Our tour guide, Robert, was great. His passion, knowledge, and humor took the experience to another level. He was able to relate to the oldest and youngest of our group with ease while telling us about the cave's discovery, development, geological features, and history. I've been to many caves in my time, this is one of the best. When its hot and humid but you want to do something fun, visit Bluff Dwellers Cave. You won't be sorry.

  • Definitely worth the visit and we will go back! The cave and it’s formations are beautiful. Our tour guide Mary Jane was informative and entertaining!! Loved the history of how the cave was found and that it’s still owned and operated by the same family, which you can learn all about in the gift shop.

  • One of the most interesting caves we ever went into. Cory our guide was entertaining and informative. After the tour we bought a large bag of gravel containing arrows heads gem stones and fossils and both had a lot of fun washing the fine sand out and finding the good stuff .

  • We love the place! Beautiful place. The cave is amazing. Cory, or tour guide was knowledgeable and fun. A great way to spend a hot day.

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