SULLIVAN, MO – St. Louis has hidden gems that you may need to explore. You may have a chance to go underground and see the beauty of the Lou. If you are looking for some adventurous and historical experiences, try to visit Meramec Caverns that serves the history of the town for one of your itinerary lists.
Meramec Caverns is located at 1135 Highway West, Sullivan, MO 63080. This is might be a great place to see the buried treasure, where you will find French colonial miners and the cave sheltered of Native American tribes. Aside from that, there are jewels of nature that took thousands of years to grow.
They provide a trained ranger to guide your walk during this trip. You will depart every 20-30 minutes and start from 9 a.m. as the first adventure of the day. The tour takes one hour and twenty minutes with 1,15 miles round trip. The guide will accompany you while explaining the history of the cave, including how the ancient Wine Table was formed underwater.
Aside from the underground tours, they have offered the art light show, namely Theater Room Light-Show since 2014. It is the beginning of all new computerized LEDs to replace a manual incandescent light show. This theater room is also accompanied by the U.S. national anthem and dedicated to those who served and are serving in the armed forces, including every public worker that supports the resident needs.
You may come to this place every day and kindly book your tour by visiting their website at this link. Also, they provide the price lists to enter this cave. Should you have any inquiries, kindly check their website as mentioned before.
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