Luray Caverns Offers

What will you discover?

Four million centuries in the making, Luray Caverns is the largest and most popular caverns in the Eastern United States. Discover it for yourself along lighted, paved walkways as you explore towering stone formations and cathedral-size rooms with ceilings 10-stories high.

There are several ways you can get discounts on your entrance to Luray Caverns:

• Children 5 and younger: no charge when accompanied by a parent or guardian

• Groups of 20 or more receive discounted admission

• $9.50 student tickets (through grade 12) for school-sponsored educational groups with 15 students

• 50% off second adult ticket with a Giant or Martin’s BonusCard

• $5 off admission from participating military bases

Tickets are available at the entrance to Luray Caverns. They can also be purchased in advance. Large groups should contact the Luray Caverns' office at  540-743-6551 a couple weeks before their planned arrival to assure the best possible service, including preassigned entry.


Special guided tours with an immersive, historical twist.

These are the first guided tours since winter of 2020. Discovery Tours will start each day at 8:30 a.m. The one-hour tour includes an in-depth history on the discovery of Luray Caverns as told by an 1870s' tour guide, a special souvenir ticket, and a copy of the “Story of Luray Caverns” booklet.

Reservations are available now. Only one tour will be hosted per day and space is limited to 30 people per tour. Please be sure to book your tickets in advance.

Luray Caverns is open every day of the year.


Did you know?

General Admission includes Luray Caverns, the Car & Carriage Caravan Museum, Toy Town Junction, and the Shenandoah Heritage Village — and the adventures don't stop there. Luray Caverns is also home to a Gem Sluice, Garden Maze, Rope Adventure Park, two bistro-style restaurants, grassy picnic spaces by a scenic pond, and Page Valley's official LOVEwork (a perfect spot for keepsake photos). All are in view and a short distance from the Luray Singing Tower.

Shenandoah Heritage Village

Discover the rich history of the Shenandoah Valley at the Shenandoah Heritage Village. The Shenandoah Heritage Village is a seven-acre re-creation of a small 19th century farming community made up of restored historic buildings, cottage…

Garden Maze

Unravel the mystery of the largest hedge maze in the Mid-Atlantic states – a one acre ornamental garden at Luray Caverns. More than 1500 Evergreen hedges create a half-mile pathway that diverges at over 40 points.

Rope Adventure Park

This is your invitation to strap on a harness, step out of your comfort zone, and soar to new heights. Welcome to the Rope Adventure Park. Take on different levels of ropes course challenges.

Car & Carriage Caravan Museum

Car lover? History lover? Or just someone who loves beautifully sculpted sheet metal? We have your museum: The Car and Carriage Caravan Museum at Luray Caverns.

Gem Sluice

Pioneer prospectors used them to bring gold into the world, joy into their lives, and smiles onto their faces. Today, you can use them to share that same joy with your kids.

Luray Singing Tower

The Luray Singing Tower, officially known as the Belle Brown Northcott Memorial, was erected in 1937 in memory of Colonel T.C. Northcott’s wife.

Toy Town Junction

No, it’s not a Hollywood back lot. It’s Toy Town Junction. It’s where we bring out the kid in everyone. And it all began with one boy, a single train, and two amazing parents.

Heartpine & Stalactite Cafes

The Stalactite Cafe provides a fast food style menu and service. In the Burner Barn at the Shenandoah Heritage Village, the Heartpine Cafe is a Bistro-style restaurant serving fast casual dining. Bon appétit!