Sleep Inn & Suites
801 Mammoth Cave St.
Cave City, KY 42127
Phone: (270) 773-2030
Fax: (270) 773-2031
801 Mammoth Cave St., Cave City, KY, US, 42127
- Phone: (270) 773-2030
- Fax: (270) 773-2031
Thrill to the beauty of Cave Country's landscape from the chairlift that takes you up 1,360 feet to a Wild West town complete with live entertainment and amusement rides.
Dinosaur World is an exciting dinosaur-themed park where visitors can have a look at their life-size models. The models are placed amidst a simulated surrounding. The park also has an animatronic dinosaur scene, where you can see these models move. The museum also displays a collection of real dinosaur eggs, teeth and claws. For children, there is also a playground available. Other sights, like the Skeleton Garden, Fossil Dig and Exploration Cave, among many other fun-filled areas are also present within the premises. The creation of Swedish businessman Christer Svensson,this park is a delight for children and adults alike.
Spend the day at this fun-filled park. Attractions include the Alpine slide, Jesse James Riding Stables, an 18-hole Western-themed miniature golf course, rock climbing wall, go-cart track, Outlaw Cave and many amusement rides.
Fun for the entire family! This park offers miniature golf, a go-cart raceway, an arcade, and a gift shop.
Come fish without a license. The lake is stocked weekly with farm-raised catfish. Bait, groceries, and camping supplies are also available.
See a variety of beautiful formations such as delicate crystalline draperies and rimstone pools. This cave is also one of south-central Kentucky's most important archeological sites where prehistoric remains were found in 1960.
At Old Time Photos, you can "picture yourself back in time."
Engulfed by the longest cave in the world, Mammoth Cave National Park is a sight to wonder at. The Mammoth Cave National Park has visitors coming from all over the world to marvel at its magnanimous beauty. And if you are an outdoor person, then there are camping sites, trekking trails and tours offered here. A definite must visit, for where else in the world will you get to experience a night out in the caves. For further details, do visit their website.
A Civil War memorial dedicated to Col. Robert A. Smith and his regiment, the Colonel Robert A. Smith Monument was built in 1885. This 25 feet (7.62 meters), limestone stone pillar was a tribute by James Smith, the slain colonel's brother and was erected at the site where he supposedly died. Etched from a single stone it stands second to Cleopatra's Needle which the largest of its kind in the nation. Located on a private property, the iron fenced monument was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.