Historic Diamond Caverns
The walls are adorned with sculptural features etched by water over time.
The cave is filled with beautiful calcite formations throughout.
Share the underground beauty with the one you love today!
This photo depicts cave visitors from the 1800's
Late 1800's "dinky train" brought visitors from Glasgow Junction to Diamond Caverns
Mammoth Cave RR Company ran from Park City to Mammoth Cave.
The earliest visitors traveled to Diamond Caverns by Stagecoach and carriage.
The entrance to Diamond Caverns still looks nearly the same today!
Off-trail exploration and scientific study.
Off-trail exploration is not for those with Claustrophobia!
Visitors marvel at "the Fishtail" calcite drapery formation.
Mammoth Cave regional historian, Norman Warnell looks for signs of the past.
Down the "sandy crawl" passage.
Cave Research Foundation member, Elizabeth Winkler.
Cave creyfish migrate up from deep below in search of food.
Cave crickets dwell in the caverns.
Delecate formations adorn a small alcove above Frankenstien's Staircase.
Diamond Caverns is a "live" cave with active mineral deposits.
The New Discovery passage.
New Discovery Passage.
A family viewing formaitons in the "Hanging Paradise" room.
Diamond Caverns is on the Mammoth Cave Hike & Bike path.
Aerial view of Diamond Caverns.
The unique landscape of this region is known as Karst.
The Hanging Paradise room.
Artful lighting and safe concrete trails.
Beauty everywhere you look!
A view in the Rotunda room.
Surrounded by beauty.
Come see this marvel with your family today!
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