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“like no other place in ohio”
Live natural cave. Nearly 3/8 of a mile. Contains stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, flow stone, draperies and the rare cave pearls found no other place in Ohio. Experience a 45 minute educational and entertaining guided tour explaining the development of these fascinating formations in this living cave. A new addition dedicated to the memory of George Drouillard, the remarkable mixed-blood Shawnee who was chief hunter, guide and interpreter for the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Drouillard was a nephew of the noted Ohio frontier trader Louis Loramie.The Lewis & Clark expedition and its resulting efforts are most certainly not something for Native Americans to celebrate. We are commemorating the life of our mixed-blood fellow tribesman, George Drouillard, and his contributions to history. The Shawnee Nation, United Remnant Band is the host tribe for the Falls of Ohio Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Commemorative National Signature Event held in October 2003.One of 16 Tribal Museums along the Lewis & Clark Trail.
Needed to kill some time after lunch and a museum visit the other day, and searched for museums nearby. This came up (there is a Native American museum here too,) so I swung by. Glad I did. I... Read more
Beautiful and refreshing experience! Our tour guid was very knowledgeable and had interesting stories about every soda straw, stalactite, bottomless pit, and cave pearls. The cavern was just... Read more
Zane Shawnee Caverns & South Wind Park
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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