Down below, your imagination will soar.
Take in the sights of delicate stone formations and enormous chambers at Luray Caverns, the largest caverns in the eastern United States. Explore the caverns on all-paved, lighted walkways, and marvel at towering stone columns, shimmering draperies, and crystal-clear pools. Continue your on-site adventure at Luray Caverns with stops at the Car & Carriage Caravan Museum, Shenandoah Heritage Village, and Toy Town Junction, included with every Luray Caverns ticket. Tickets for the Garden Maze — the largest Evergreen hedge maze in the Mid-Atlantic — and Rope Adventure Park are also available for purchase.
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…
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.
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!
DID YOU KNOW?
Luray Caverns ranks as eastern America’s largest and most-popular caverns and is a U.S. Natural Landmark.
The caverns is a constant 54 degrees with very high humidity that makes it feel more like 65 degrees.
The tour’s path passes a wishing well and war memorial honoring veterans from Page County before ascending to a small passage past a Fried Eggs rock formation.
Hear rocks sing as you take in the sounds of the world’s largest musical instrument — the Stalacpipe Organ. The one-of-a-kind instrument is played during each tour by an automated system.
In 1901 the air of Luray Caverns was forced through the rooms of the Limair Sanatorium, constructed on the summit of Cave Hill by Col. Theodore Clay Northcott, former president of the Luray Caverns Corp. The Colonel billed the sanatorium as the first air-conditioned home in the U.S.
An 1880 Smithsonian Institution report concluded that it “is safe to say that there is probably no other cave in the world more completely and profusely decorated with stalactite and stalagmite ornamentation than that of Luray.”
Page Valley in Virginia’s Northern Shenandoah Valley is home to the scenic splendor of Shenandoah National Park, the underground wonders of Luray Caverns, and the storied lure of the Shenandoah River.
Home to Luray Caverns, a historic downtown district, a growing arts scene, and a variety of seasonal events, the Town of Luray, Virginia presents unique dining and shopping options, a charming Main Street, and lots of opportunities for…