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Lost River Caverns

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Kalina
Kalina
October 26, 2020
Magnificent place to visit.
Patrick
Patrick
August 30, 2020
How Lost Is It Really, if its on an Airbnb Guide? It is interesting though
Kp
Kp
August 7, 2020
Lost River is an underground wonder! A 5-chambered, natural limestone cavern that packs a lot of Hellertown history in one spot. The 30-45 minute tour will take you through a central path filled with stories from the late 1800s, unique crystal formations, and fascinating views. The small cavern is…
Umi
Umi
January 29, 2020
Take a guided tour of the Magnificent Lost River Caverns with 5 chambers of crystal formations. Natures underground wonderland- make sure to bring your camera! - 30 min. drive
Micki
Micki
November 26, 2019
30 min tour, see the underground lost river at the Caverns.

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Location
726 Durham Street
Hellertown, Pennsylvania 18055
Phone+1 610-838-8767