You can dine in these incredible caves in Ontario next month (PHOTOS)

Aug 22 2017, 8:51 pm

Take your dining experience to another level… underground.

The Bonnechere Caves are located near Ottawa, and are Ontario’s natural underground wonder. According to the family owned site, the limestone visitors walk through at the Bonnechere Caves was deposited as layers of mud and silt during the Ordovician time period, which is thought to have been somewhere between 400 and 500 million years ago.

And every year, a few lucky visitors get to dine in the historical spot. In just a few weeks, the first of two underground dining experiences will be taking place. Diners can enjoy live music, a guided tour of the caves during the afternoon, and of course, a delicious candle lit meal among the ancient rocks.

Bonnechere Caves Underground Dining

Where: Bonnechere Caves, 1247 Fourth Chute Rd, Eganville, ON
When: September 9 and 16

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