Crystal Grottoes is full of both history and natural wonders.
At a stable 54 degrees year-round, this cave is great place to cool off for a summer visit.
Jerry Downs, the owner of Crystal Grottoes took meteorologist Mike Grogan on a tour of the cavern to show off some of its hidden treasures.
The cave was opened to the public in 1922 and has 5,100 square feet of tunnels to explore.
Literally millions of years in the making, Crystal Grottoes has stood the test of time, and has a lot to show for it.
Even though caves are shielded from the weather, the formations rely upon rainwater that seeps through the earth into the cavern, and through a carbonation and decarbonation process, stalactites like these are formed, but no faster than 1 cubic inch per century.
The cave is also considered one of the most naturally-kept caves in the world.
The cave has a played a role in the nation's history as well. According to
Crystal Grottoes is open every day until November 30th from until .
For more information on the cave, go their new website here.