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There are many attractions and places to see in and surrounding Horse Cave, right where we are located. If you already visiting one of Horse Cave's many attractions or just swinging by, check out the many other places to see, and come by The Feeder Restaurant for a great meal and refreshing beverage. 


Hidden River Cave 

The Hidden River Cave & American Cave Museum is located at 119 E. Main St. in historic downtown, Horse Cave, Kentucky. The historic cave tour will take you through one of Kentucky's largest & most scenic historic cave entrances where two subterranean rivers flow over one-hundred feet below ground. Walk across the world's longest underground swinging bridge and experience sites not seen since 1943.

Kentucky Down Under

Kentucky Down Under is an Australian animal park in Kentucky that is all about hands on adventure. It is an interactive animal park with a beautiful, historic cave on site. Visitors can roam with kangaroos, become a tree perch for Rainbow Lorikeets as you feed them nectar, watch border collies work their magic with sheep, take a 30-minute guided cave tour, and visit an interactive animal and bird show. All for one price! Open year-round. Come let your adventure begin today


Dinosaur world

Visitors can see up close and life size amazing creatures that once ruled the Earth. Life sized models of dinosaurs welcome families and classes to learn, have

fun, or just enjoy a quiet encounter with the lifelike animals that nestle among a lush assortment of native vegetation. The dinosaurs are so believable that some visitors claim to see them moving through the shadows cast by the many native trees.

Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park is home to the largest cave system in the world and over 52,800 acres of rolling hills, deep valleys, rivers, wildlife, and rich history of the area. Mammoth Cave is only 24 miles from The Feeder Restaurant and is the top destination to visit in the area.


Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park

Located 4 miles from the entrance to Mammoth Cave National Park. 93 cabins and just over 200 campsites. Themed weeks, two pools and splashpad, Karst Beach with Wibit. Mining sluice, pedal carts, Gaga Ball, Yogi Bear, Cindy Bear, and Boo Boo.

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