Eleven miles northeast of Boerne in the scenic Texas Hill Country is Cave Without a Name, a natural, living cavern, and some say the most beautiful in Texas. The cave is 39 miles from downtown San Antonio ... More info ›
Eleven miles northeast of Boerne in the scenic Texas Hill Country is Cave Without a Name, a natural, living cavern, and some say the most beautiful in Texas. The cave is 39 miles from downtown San Antonio. It was opened for public tours in 1939, and is designated a National Natural Landmark. Experienced guides take you on a tour which is both entertaining and educational for visitors of all ages. It begins with a magical descent down 126 steps taking you back in time many thousands of years. Eighty feet below the surface, the cave maintains a constant temperature of 66 degrees. The complexity of the cave formations make the first visit and every subsequent visit an awakening experience of nature's underground masterpiece.
Visit: Cave Without a Name, 325 Kreutzberg Rd, Boerne, TX 78006-7831
Come experience the magnificent underground world! Cave without a Name is filled with spectacular formations of Stalactites, Stalagmites, delicate Soda Straws, Cave Drapery, Flowstones, Rimstone Dams, and more which formed over thousands of years in complete darkness. Enjoy a one hour tour of the six major rooms in comfort of 66 degrees year-round with easy walkways and brilliant lighting. Our cave tour allows guests to take in the experience in a small group. Arrive early or stay late and have a picnic from your favorites in your basket. Above ground activities include our Gift Shop, a Gemstone/Fossil Sluice, Geode slicing, and a shaded Canyon Rim Trail to take a hike. Ages 5 and under are free with a paid adult ticket. All prices include tax.