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Address: 101 Cave Hill Rd, Luray, VA 22835
We are pleased to announce that Luray Caverns is step-free! The steps that lead tours from the Entrance Lobby into the caverns are now bypassed by a looping covered walkway and a 164-foot corridor that was excavated into the hillside adjacent to the Entrance Building.
We are now one of the few underground marvels providing both a step-free entrance and tours on all-paved walkways, making us more accessible to visitors today and into the future.
Down below, your imagination will soar.
Luray Caverns is the largest caverns in the eastern United States, yet walking through feels more akin to an unearthly experience.
Visit Geology’s Hall of Fame. Guided tours along lighted, paved walkways lead visitors through cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings 10-stories high, towering stone formations, and natural wonders at every turn. Questions? See our FAQs.
Car & Carriage Caravan Museum
History of transportation on display
Take a spin through time – over 75 Historic vechicles
The Car & Carriage Caravan Museum, Shenandoah Heritage Village, and Toy Town Junction are included with every Luray Caverns ticket.
Shenandoah Heritage Village
Discover America’s first frontier
The Shenandoah Valley – a 3 acre museum complex
Toy Town Junction
A collection of trains and toys from yesteryear
Your inner child will thank you
Luray Caverns announces June 5th reopening date.
The Shenandoah Valley icon has unveiled a new health and safety plan, Clean from the Ground Up.
LURAY – Luray Caverns, one of Virginia’s premiere attractions, has announced a reopening date on June 5th with Phase 2 of the Forward Virginia Plan. As the multiple facilities open for guests, the U.S. Natural Landmark has re-imagined all operational and safety protocols.
The Shenandoah Valley icon has unveiled a new health and safety plan, Clean from the Ground Up. Visitors can have confidence knowing guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Virginia Department of Health are at the center these standards. In addition to maintaining 6-foot social distancing for contactless ticketing, visitors will immediately move into the natural environment along the outdoor pathway. A comprehensive pamphlet is provided for each visitor with information on geology and descriptions of each major area with varying numbers of team members circulating for distance monitoring, safety and information.
Safety and cleaning procedures are listed below:
A commitment to enhanced cleaning and sanitization protocols. Area attendants will oversee hourly procedures and as-needed attention for all high-touch surfaces.
Implementation of a six-foot physical distancing policy.
Plexiglass barriers in point of sale areas where six-foot is not feasible.
Hosts will monitor distancing and direct visitors to available Ticketing Desks.
Contactless Ticketing. Guests, with no groupings, will be positioned for immediate entry with their traveling party along the outdoor pathway.
Mandatory masks for all employees and visitors.
A varying number of team members circulating for distance monitoring, safety and information.
Hand-sanitizing stations located throughout the properties.
Hospital grade spray used in the caverns for disinfection of handrails and waste containers.
Health checks for employees upon reporting for work.
Employee training to reinforce control measures for prevention and response required for an illness.
Luray Caverns is the largest caverns in eastern America and the most visited in the United States. The General Admission also includes the Car and Carriage Caravan Museum– an exhibit of American history featuring over 140 items relating to transportation including cars, carriages, coaches and costumes from the 1760’s and Shenandoah Heritage Village – a collection of local, restored historic buildings creating a small 19th century farming community including a museum of Shenandoah Valley displaying artifacts from the 1750’s to the 1920’s.