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I was introduced to the caves as I was dropping off a senior for prom. The caves are an exceptionally cool location that focuses on private events.
Talking with a staff member, they advise Thursday's are the hot spot here as Jazz bands are brought...More
We went on a tour of St. Paul with a catholic nun!! Bus trip that included this tour. Nun got on our bus & told us about her & her brothers development & influence of Catholic Church is creating the town of St. Paul. Two...More
The Wabasha street caves have quite a history involving gangsters. They were once the site of a speakeasy. Our guide was dressed as a scary nurse and played the part well! The tour consisted of touring the different rooms by candle light with the guide...More
We went to the Sunday tour of the Caves, and it was packed! It was a great tour with a lot of history. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and an animated story teller. I do not want to give it all away in this review,...More
The cave offers you a 45 minutes tour. First 3 caves are very modern and makes you think that you are inside a party hall.. However the history is quite creepy and the last cave actually takes you back to those old times
It was fun to see it. Quite unique. Easy to get to. Went to dance to a great band, but unfortunately there were several hundred people there and few in any knew how to really dance. Many young dancers who were really quite rude on...More
Pay a modest fee and for 45 minutes a guide shows you around the place, tells you some stories about glass-making, mushrooms, gangsters, prohibition, and historic geology. They also have dances and a bar--in a cool historic underground speakeasy. I think it would be more...More