Visitors follow the guide to explore the caverns with their fascinating rock formations, and may also enter additional attractions
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About This Deal
Shenandoah Caverns feature numerous rock formations that can be admired during a guided tour. An adjacent attraction includes the Main Street of Yesteryear that preserves antique department store displays from the ’40s and 50’s.
- What’s included:
- Adult tickets are required for ages 13+
- Child tickets are valid for ages 6-12
- Free admission for children aged 5 and under
Tours can enter caverns until 4 p.m.
- Amenities: cafe
- What to wear: light jacket, closed-toe comfortable shoes
About Shenandoah Caverns
With its snaking, soaring caves, Shenandoah Caverns has amazed visitors since its opening to the public in 1922. Rushing waters and violent earthquakes formed the the caverns, which have given it a unique geology and mesmerizing crystalline structures. In an hour-long tour, you'll weave you past intricate formations, such as "breakfast bacon" limestone, a unique phenomenon that was once featured in National Geographic, and the rainbow lake, with its reflective purple, pink, and red hues and leprechaun colony. The caverns are kept at a comfortable 56 degrees Fahrenheit year-round, and elevators and easy-to-traverse terrain make the area accessible to people of any age or physical ability.