Foster families get in free to Marengo Cave

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Thanks to a partnership between Marengo Cave and the Indiana Department of Child Services, foster parents and their foster, biological and stepchildren will be able to get in to Marengo Cave’s guided walking tours for free.

Children will also receive free admission to the “Crawl,” a winding maze cave simulation. The guided tours of the southern Indiana national landmark normally cost between $7 and $15, depending on the tour. Admission to the “Crawl” is $3.

Visit the DCS website for more information.


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