Harrison's Cave

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A journey into the subterranean world of Harrison's Cave will result in one being greeted by a spectacular display of stalactites, stalagmites, and fantastic limestone formations. Harrison's Cave was first documented in 1796, but remained largely unexplored until it was re-discovered by Danish speleologist, Ole Sorenson, in 1970. Formed over thousands of years, a few of the stalactites and stalagmites have merged to form glorious columns, while elsewhere the cavern's ceiling is adorned with delicate needles like the finest ornaments of tinsel and lace. Crystal-clear streams carve their way through Harrison's Cave, cascading down waterfalls into the deep pools beneath, flowing past the crystalline monuments and intricate artistry of nature's sculpture garden. Today, this subterranean wonderland welcomes thousands of visitors each year while preserving the delicate eco-balance of its formations.

Location:  Allan View

Business hours:  Mo-Su 8:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m.