Review of Mammoth Railway Cafe!

The Mammoth Cave Railway Cafe in Park City, Kentucky uses local farm seasonal ingredients to provide customers with an excellent Southern hospitality and dining experience.12167985_10156171926085321_1801774730_n

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Today my sister took me to try a new restaurant – The Mammoth Railway Cafe in Park City.  It’s part of a bed and breakfast – the Grand Victorian Inn.  I have never written a review of a restaurant before, or food, but as I know the owner of the cafe (He was one of my older brother’s best friends in high school and therefore treated me as an annoying little sister), I thought I should share its amazingness with the world!


The building itself is beautiful. It was built in the late 1800s and has been everything from an inn to a stagecoach to a house/residence to a boys school to a old folks home. It has a great history, and one I would like to learn more about. It had fallen into disrepair when it was bought and restored.  My friend owns the restaurant half, and then there…

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A Visit to Mammoth Cave

Finally we reached the first large cavern.Mammoth Cave National Park provides a great place to learn about caves, forests, groundwater, wildlife, and history.
In addition to many cave tours, Mammoth Cave National Park offers hiking, horseback riding, camping and bicycling. There is more than 70 miles of forest trails.
Mammoth Cave is considered the world’s longest cave.
We are sharing a wonderful vacation tour by this blogger’s family in hopes that you will check out one of Kentucky’s treasures.

Patchwork Farm

  We had a thrilling morning spent 260 feet below ground exploring the underground caverns of Mammoth Cave.

IMG_1580Our family loves caves. When we have an opportunity to explore a new one we always try to stop. This was a new cave for our family. When we realized we would be vacationing in Kentucky we knew we had to check out Mammoth Cave, the longest cave in the world.

The cave consists of 405 explored miles of underground caverns with a possible additional 600 miles that have yet to be explored.

The tours offered to the public take you through 12 miles of that 405 miles, with a variety of different tour options to pick from.

We chose a tour that was ranked moderate in difficulty. This was the first time Ozzie and Tyler had been in a cave and were a bit nervous. They ended up loving it with…

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