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Cave Without a Name, Boerne

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The Cave Without a Name is a limestone solutional cave in the Texas Hill Country region of central Texas. It is a National Natural Landmark.
The cave is located 40 miles (64 km) from downtown San Antonio, and 10 miles northeast of Boerne off FM 474 and Kreutzberg Road. It has been commercially operated as a show cave and open for public tours since 1939. It is a member of the National Cave Association.
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  • This is a great cave to visit. Tours are not crowded, great staff and beautiful cave. Try the in cave concerts for something unique. 
    This is a great cave to visit. Tours are not crowded, great staff and beautiful cave. Try the in cave concerts for something unique.  more »
  • Interesting small cavern in the Texas Hill Country. Cave has beautiful formations and the family running it give a friendly and interesting tour. We also attended a musical show down in the main room....  more
    Interesting small cavern in the Texas Hill Country. Cave has beautiful formations and the family running it give a friendly and interesting tour. We also attended a musical show down in the main room....  more »
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  • Finally got out to this privately-owned cave and it was very much worth it. Our guide was a VERY enthusiastic young lady and she did a great job. These caverns are worth your time to reserve a spot to tour. They hold monthly concerts and host weddings in the caverns, too, so pretty fascinating. Great story behind the discovery of the cave itself as well. Really enjoyed it.
  • Great tour from Natalie. She was able to answer all the group’s questions. She really knew the history. Our family (including the teens) enjoyed it. It is a small cave, which is ideal for people not really into caves but has some unique features that were great for people that explore caves often. There are 2 marked trails to explore while you wait on your tour to start. We did the short easy yellow trail in the afternoon heat and it was all shaded and not uncomfortable despite the heat. Katherine was great in the gift shop. So nice and kind. If you are looking for something to do other than ride a horse, plan this into your trip! Can’t wait to visit again when they have a concert down there. The acoustics are suppose to be phenomenal! *There are lots of steps, but that was expected.

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