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Cameron Cave offers a different underground adventure; you tour the cave by lantern light, seeing it as it was when first discovered. The only changes made were those necessary to make the tour more comfortable and to meet Missouri State Safety regulations for show caves.
A guided, 90-minute tour takes you through this unique, complex-maze cave. Cameron Cave (discovered in 1925) is on the property of the Mark Twain Cave; one mile south of Hannibal on Route 79.
Open two weekends before Memorial Day to a few weekends after Labor Day.
This is the cave author Mark Twain described in five of his books. The cave was first shown in 1886. It is a registered National Natural Landmark.
This is one of a few labyrinth style caves in the world, where the passages form crisscross patterns. The tour lasts one hour. There are no stairs – good walking shoes are recommended. The temperature inside is 52 degrees Fahrenheit, year-round.
Located on Route 79, two miles south of downtown Hannibal.
Tickets: Adults $16; ages 8-12, $10; younger than 8, $3. Group rates offered.
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