|Location:||highway Yalta-Sevastopol, to Rodnikovsk, turn right. (44° 27.644' N, 33° 52.129' E)|
Winter daily 10-16.
Summer daily 9-19.
|Address:||Skelsky Pestera, Tel: +380-, Fax: +380-,|
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|1904||discovered by the local teacher E. Kirillov.|
|1960||explorations by speleologists.|
|1964||declared a natural monument.|
|MAY-2003||start of development.|
|2005||opened to the public.|
|2011||installations renovated, electric light.|
This is the youngest show cave on the Crimean peninsula. The first stop is Fireplace Hall which was named after a flowstone in the shape of a fireplace. The second chamber is the biggest chamber of the cave and the main sight is the seven-meter stalactite Рыцарь с копьем (Knight with a spear). The chamber is 80m long and 18m wide, the ceiling up to 25m high. The most mysterious part of the cave is the Зал привидений (Ghost Hall), and the operators do not tell whats going on there.