One Of Alabama’s Most Incredible Natural Wonders, Cathedral Caverns, Holds 6 World Records

Cathedral Caverns, originally called “Bat Cave,” is one of Alabama’s most incredible natural wonders. It was opened to the public by John Gurley during the 1950s and was later opened as a State Park during the summer of 2000. People travel from all over the world to tour Cathedral Caverns, which maintains a 60 degree, year-round temperature. This amazing cave also holds six world records that might surprise you.

To learn all about Cathedral Caverns and its six world records, take a look below.

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To view Cathedral Caverns’ six world records, read on.

Have you ever toured Cathedral Caverns in Woodville, Alabama? If so, what did you think? Also, were you aware of its six world records? Let us know in the comments.

For a list of more natural wonders in Alabama to visit before the end of the year, be sure to take a look at the following article: 9 Alabama Natural Wonders You Need To Add To Your Outdoor Bucket List For 2020.

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