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Luray Caverns is a large cavern with many formations. Some of them are partly man-made: the Fried Eggs are two stalagmites, broken by workmen constructing a pathway 30 years ago. The left behind bases are a chance for visitors to see the inside of a stalagmite. And they show how nature starts to he from showcaves.com
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Stroll along the well-lighted, paved walkways that wind through the huge chambers to explore cathedral-sized rooms with soaring ceilings, towering columns and breathtaking stalactites, and then gaze into mirror-perfect pools. Our knowledgeable guides enrich your experience with stories about the ca from museumland.net
A venerable roadside attraction, Luray Caverns is a true piece of Americana. Few of my travel experiences have seemed so, well, American as standing in line for 15 to 20 minutes in a gift shop that exists only to sell yo... from igougo.com
Open daily since 1878, these caverns are the largest in all of the eastern United States. The gold colors come from iron and clay soils seeping from the ground and the calcium carbonate "drips." from americanheritage.com