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Natural Bridge Caverns, San Antonio

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#1 of 219 in Nature in Texas
Must see · Cave · Nature / Park
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A natural limestone bridge leads into caves at Natural Bridge Caverns. The cavity houses the largest commercial caves in the United States--viewed as a living cave system because of the active growth of formations. Prior to opening to the public, the cave revealed evidence of ancient human remains dating back to 5,000 BCE. The caverns are part of a drive-through safari park, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch. Plan to see Natural Bridge Caverns and other attractions that appeal to you using our San Antonio online sightseeing planner.
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  • I loved this little adventure! Nice way to spend an hour. Takes you down 180ft and then back up. Amazing formations under ground. This was worth the price in my opinion. 
    I loved this little adventure! Nice way to spend an hour. Takes you down 180ft and then back up. Amazing formations under ground. This was worth the price in my opinion.  more »
  • We took the discovery tour. The formations in this cave come with many varieties with amazing lightings. The tour guide was really amazing answering all questions and you could tell she is passionate....  more
    We took the discovery tour. The formations in this cave come with many varieties with amazing lightings. The tour guide was really amazing answering all questions and you could tell she is passionate....  more »
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  • This place is incredible. I’m a geologist and had no idea this was lurking under the relative flatness of central Texas. My children and I marveled at the beauty of the caverns and appreciated the time spent exploring and preserving the space for all to see. The grounds are well kept and they have included lots of other businesses and activities for folks to explore. The guides were well educated and seemed to be enjoying their jobs. There is expansion taking place since more caverns have been discovered and we are excited to visit when they open the new areas.
  • We had not been here despite knowing about it for several years now. That was a mistake. Besides the cave tours, which are great there a number of other activities to enjoy. We took the "Discovery" tour and will come back to take on of the other tours they offer. Definitely worth checking out and fun for the entire family.

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