"This was the best cave tour I have ever had. Aaron is an excellent tour guide. Very knowledgeable and good with people. Our tour group had a hearing impaired member. Aaron gave them a flashlight to see the interpreter, then he spoke in rhythm with the sign language. Most of the stairs were near the entrance as you decend into the cavern. He took frequent rest stops and taught the caves history to break it up, but the climb out will get your heart pumping. The walk is about 1 mile round trip and takes about an hour. I brought my 8 year old girl and 15 year old son who both had a great time. The suspension bridge across the cave over the rushing river was the most amazing experience I have had in a cavern. The bridge looks fabricated by the corps of engineers. It was very safe. The tour is extensive but not too much for youngsters. It isn't the most spectacular cave formation. It doesn't have limestone growth features, it's a different experience than many caves. It has massive domes. It can flood, so I would recommend calling ahead to confirm. You can make reservations on line or call. We went off peak, and hadn't about 8 in the group, 2 other tours had about the same. There is a cave museum to learn about while you await your tour. The tour brings you back to the museum to get some selfies with faux formations. There is a cute gift shop and Aaron, our guide, taught us about geodes and minerals. I thought the tour and shop were reasonably priced. We spent about 2 1/2 hours here. The bridge has only been open since February, so it's a new attraction in Horse Cave KY. GO SEE IT!"