Meramec Caverns

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Meramec Caverns is a 4.6-mile-long cavern system in the Ozark Mountains near Stanton, Missouri. Water has been eroding limestone rocks for millions of years, resulting in caverns.

Today, Meramec Caverns is Missouri's most prominent commercial cave and a major tourist attraction along the famed Route 66. It is best to take a guided tour led by knowledgeable rangers to explore the cave's seven levels for your safety.

The Wine Room, 6-foot high onyx Wine Table, the Greatest Show Under the Earth, and the Mirror Room are amongst the most popular attractions of the cavern.

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