If you live in or around Louisville and haven't been here yet, definitely make your way! Located in , a 27 kilometer 17 mile long former limestone quarry beneath the Louisville Zoo, Mega Zip offers an exhilarating one of a kind adventure. It is worth every penny! But if you enjoy Victorian-era art, you'll probably find these monuments and mausoleums of. I can feel my adrenaline building. I think that would be interesting. So, there I was standing on a tiny little platform 75 feet above a dark abyss with just a headlamp for light about 150 feet under the city of Louisville, Kentucky.
This is fun, I think, and not as scary as I envisioned. Is it just cool to be underground in an old limestone cavern. There's a lot of walking involved. I can unsubscribe any time by contacting Groupon. As we got closer the entrance, the line kept moving. Take on this tradition with today's Groupon to.
Valid only for option purchased. About the Author A Midwest farm girl at heart, Diana Lambdin Meyer caught the roaming bug early in life. Courtesy the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum Named after the popular Louisville Slugger baseball bat, this field is home turf for the minor league baseball team the Louisville Bats. And to learn about its production, history and. Participants must weigh between 55 and 285 pounds. There's also a lot of walking over uneven terrain that can become tiresome for anyone who doesn't really enjoy this kind of stuff, so keep that in mind before you take the plunge. The zip line starts out with a little bunny slope, just to make sure everyone is comfortable with zipping in the darkness.
The guides are quite diligent about all of the hooks and harnesses and safety issues, so there's really nothing to worry about. During the holidays, the cavern goes full-blown North Pole with 850 characters created by more than 2 million twinkling lights. The tram stops at a large worm farm, where insects consume trash in order to produce fertilizer. It was my 5th time or so ziplining so I was not scared at all. They were a perfect combination of funny, informative and friendly. The lights were good, but not good enough to make up for the wait time.
I had some butterflies, but after the 1st one, it wasn't that bad. My first time in the Mega Cavern for Lights Under Louisville really kicked off the holiday season. For Louisville Mega Cavern and beyond, use our to get the most from your Louisville vacation. Giving my friend Amy the evil eye, I was the first to climb up on that dimly lit platform. The aerial adventure park features 60 elements of fun, including zip-lines, rope bridges, suspended tunnels and more. The directional signs on the way there were great! We definitely had a great time and would like to return.
Five Word Summary: Zipline, Safe, New, Different, Yep The Guides are very nice and seem to enjoy what they do. Fake orange flames leap from the bottom of the cavern as you zip along, but the screams are all real. Children 10-15 must be accompanied by an adult. Please present printed coupon upon arrival. Btw, there is one line that required lower weight under 120 lbs to get a boost from the guide.
It's worth seeing with your family for sure. You just hold on and keep going and just don't look down!! Even though you are zip lining, there is some walking that is required in order to get to the lines so if you have a medical condition, keep that in mind. . Lots of characters with animations not so much light decorations. Our guides Evan and Kevin were very professional and friendly! A friend told me that if I wanted to do it, to start of with the louisville mega cavern, so I did. We had Hannah, Savannah and Anna as our guides that day.
Sure enough, one person in our group went outside to enjoy the afternoon waiting at a picnic table instead of hurtling through the darkness. Finally had to ask to be reimbursed! My sixteen year old grandson will probably never forget the zip lining experience with his old grandma! Because it's underground, the attraction operates year round, no matter the weather. . The term has no legal meaning whatsoever and Arch RoamRight hereby disclaims any such legal meaning that may be ascribed to it. For the first time since I was a child, I felt butterflies in my stomach and I think my feet were even sweating a little. It took about 30 minutes. We just couldn't get six into 1 car.
Lights Under Louisville debuted in 2008. Cute, but for two grown adults with no children, it felt odd being there. This is a drive-thru experience I'd estimate the display is about a mile or a little more in length. Just its name inspires romantic images of spectators dressed in their Sunday best sipping on mint juleps as thoroughbreds race past them. They helped us get our gear on and went through all of the rules.