Saturday, October 4

Indiana Echo Cavern, Hummelston

Indian Echo Caverns is a must visit when in Hummelstown. The limestone caves formed over centuries of geographical transformations are a marvel to look at. And you can catch a glimpse of bats and raccoons too. The well-informed tour guide provides more information on its history and importance. Apart from the ancient caverns, caves and limestone crevices, there is a zoo, playground and arrangements made for hosting private events. Do check out the unique souvenirs at the Gift Shop, where they have many interesting things for kids. All said, this is a great place to explore the earth's crevices like none other. source -
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This is over a year overdue post that I was supposed to share during our road trip. Unfortunately, I have already forgotten some facts and information I would like to share during the trip. However, I do remember a few things though and how this place could be a great potential family bonding. I remembered vividly that this is one of a geographical place if you wanted to learn more about nature and what history is behind the place. It is located at 368 Middletown Rd, Hummelstown, PA 17036. 

1 comment:

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