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Missouri is called the cave state because of the 5000 plus caves that have formed in the limestone beds that sit just below the surface. Talking Rocks Caverns has been named Missouri's most beautiful cave. Each step visitors take in this undergroun d wonderland presents itself with a new breathtaking view of the beauty that lays below the surface. Expert guides will be on hand every step of the way to answer questions and explain how this wonder of nature came to be. Delicate formations crea te rivers of colors as water from the surface seeps down through the rock layers picking up minerals. Each guided tour takes guests into a world that has been creating itself for thousands of years.

Location: Highway 13, Branson Missouri Telephone 417-272-3366 Toll Free: 800-600-2283

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