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Seneca Caverns, Riverton

#21 of 60 in Nature in West Virginia
Cave · Nature / Park
Seneca Caverns is a karst show cave in Germany Valley near Riverton, West Virginia, USA. It is believed to have been used for ceremonies of Seneca Indians, an Iroquois confederacy tribe and has been commercially used since 1930. The largest room inside the cave is the Teter Hall, which is 60 feet tall by 60 feet wide in some areas.

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  • First time in a cavern and so glad we came to this one. The tour was wonderful and our guide was extremely knowledgeable and had a great personality too. Lasted about 45 minutes...cute gift shop on...  more »
  • I am giving this a rating of 4 but I did not get to see the caverns, but wanted to alert others of the hours. My fault for not checking the web site first (in my defense, the internet is not the...  more »
  • The caves are so beautiful, the tour is even better, they make sure to ask questions if you are wondering. They have so much to do, including Gem Mining, A Cave Tour, A Cafe, and a Gift shop! I highly recommend to go there as a group of friends or family.
  • Very awesome tour and tour guide. Sarah was rad. Great visit and wonderful people. Great restaurant near by and good day trip. Adequate signage too

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