Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves ... Ontario's oldest natural cavern
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Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves
Ontario's oldest natural cavern

Descend into this large cavern and discover
a place where time stands still ...

Tyendinaga Cavern entrance

Gaze into the crystal clear waters of the wishing well ...

Tyendinaga Cave Wishing Well
Cave Information

Average temperature is 10C or 50F

Sensible shoes are required to enter the cave

A flashlight is recommened if you wish to explore the side passage

OPEN: Victoria Day to Labour Day

HOURS: Thursday to Sunday ... 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday ... appointment only

First guided tour begins at 9:30 am
Final tour begins at 4:30 pm
Gates close at 5:00 pm

PRICES: Adult ... $10.00
                 Youth ... $6.00
                 Seniors ... $6.00
                 Children under 5 ... Free
          Only cash terms accepted at this time

School tours available May to June
Buses welcome
Picnic area and clean washrooms on site

Charles or Elizabeth
613 - 478 - 5708

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Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves is easy to find:

Map and directions to Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves located in the Quinte region, southern Hastings County, Ontario

Take Highway 401 to exit 556
Turn left on Shannonville Road
Drive approximately 7kms to Harmony Road Turn left, and we're 500m on your right side

2623 Harmony Road
Belleville, ON
613 - 478 - 5708

Additional Attractions

Visit the fossil exhibit and view fossils from
ancient sea beds 300 to 400 million years old

Nautiloids, ammonites, corals and crinoids or sea lilies ... typical fossils of south Hastings County in southeastern Ontario

Learn more about the effects of glaciation and view other cave features

Flowstone on cave wall Cave curtain formation on cavern ceiling