Squire Boone Caverns is a real place in southern Indiana where Squire Boone, younger brother of Daniel Boone, lived and worked. Near Historic Corydon, Indiana in 1815, Squire Boone was laid to rest in a cave at the village that once saved his life by providing him refuge a ban of hostile Indians.
Glimpse millions of years in one moment as you gaze at dazzling cave formations and underground waterfalls. Down 73 stairs you will get to view the same caverns discovered by Squire and Daniel Boone two centuries ago are now accessible via lighted walkways. Guided tours let you observe earth's secrets deep below the surface. Learn how these amazing passageways were slowly formed over eons of time, even as dinosaurs roamed the earth!
Rushing rivers and waterfalls rarely seen in caves carry over a million gallons of water through Squire Boone Caverns every day.
EXPLORE a living and growing ecosystem deep below the earth's surface. Stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone, and more adorn the cavern walls, ceilings, and floors. Come see what has taken nature millions of years to make.
STAIRS There are 73 stairs in a vertical spiral staircase going into and out of the caverns.