Visit an old mine in New York that features an underground waterfall.
Before the continent was developed, North America was covered by an ocean for thousands of years. The body of water created many beautiful landscapes. This cave was discovered in 1928 and has lots of stalagmites, stalactites, and other cave structures inside. Visitors can enjoy a one-hour tour of this preserved cavern, it is located West of Albany off of Interstate 88.
After descending 103 stairs, you can expect a temperature of 50 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Guests hit “rock bottom” when they reach the breathtaking 100-ft underground waterfall. Many artists have contributed hand-made billboards along highways leading to the attraction. This is a really neat place to visit if you're in the area. Please note that strollers are not permitted and the cave is not ADA accessible. It is usually closed during the winter months but check their website for current admission rates and hours.