Valley Head, Alabama: Sequoyah Caverns (Closed)

A show cave that until September 2013 had been operated by the great-great-great-great grandchildren of the original owners. Now closed to the public.

Sequoyah Caverns

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The caverns were closed to the public on September 3, 2013. They're not going anywhere, so someday a new owner will probably reopen them -- but when is anybody's guess.
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Closed

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Sequoyah Caverns

Beautiful "Looking Glass lakes," great tour with a friendly guide. Family owned for over 100 years.

[roy jones, 02/26/2005]

Sequoyah Caverns has been a tourist attraction owned by the Jones family since the 19th century. It was leased in 1964 as a business by Clark Byers, the man who painted "See Rock City" on barns.

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