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Upper Catskills

Caverns Road Passport

Iroquois Indian Museum photo by John LeverettIroquois Indian Museum

Triple your travel experience with a Caverns Road Passport. Visit three of Upstate New Yorks most interesting attractions. Just a 3 minute drive from one another; Howe Caverns, The Museum of The Iroquois Indian and Secret Caverns are this Regions' triple play.

Modern Iroquois creative culture has grown out of ancient traditions in New York that can be traced back archeologically some 10,000 years. With an emphasis upon regional archeology, the Museum combines anthropological research with appreciation of contemporary sensitivities. The Museum's discovery of the home of the pre-Revolutionary Schoharie Mohawks and the oldest (9600 year-old) site in Schoharie County are particularly emphasized in the archeological exhibits.

In 1842, a local farmer named Lester Howe happened on an underground fantasy world that led to hidden caverns with massive stone formations and a crystal clear underground lake.

The 60 minute Secret caverns guided cave tour descends 103 steps to the caverns walkway and gives an intimate view of ancient calcite formations, prehistoric fossils, and the spectacular 100 foot underground waterfall. Don't forget to bring a light jacket and comfortable walking shoes.

All three attractions are conveniently located near restaurants and participating hotels and B&Bs.

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The DoublePlay

Howe CavernsHowe Caverns

Double your fun and visit two of the finest attractions in upstate NY. Just a 45 minute drive from one another; Howe Caverns and The Baseball Hall of Fame are the perfect play.

Both attractions are open year round and are conveniently located near restaurants and participating hotels and B&Bs.

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