My dad and I went on the tour. Our tour guide, I think, her name was Amanda, gave us informative information about the cave including how they form, the inhabitants and activities past and present going on. The cave is very much alive so you must refrain from touching its surface. They warn you about this at the beginning of the tour. You will get the touch the cave at a designated spot. We got to meet the cave frogs and salamanders but did not see any bats. Different formations are fun to look at and have names like the witch Hazel. The cave takes you 200 feet underground. It’s pretty steep and narrow at places. There is railing to hold on to which is advised because some areas are wet. The ceiling gets low so you will need to watch where you walk or you will hit your headset .Unlike most of the touristy things, they don’t try and sell you photos at the end. Our tour guide was nice and took photos using guest phones. Well, worth a trip.