Caverns & Rock Formations
Caverns in Virginia are amazing places to explore underground. During the summer they the great escape from the heat averaging a cool 54 degrees! These naturally formed landmarks are part of the incredible landscape found in the Shenandoah Valley. The limestone throughout the Valley is honeycombed with caves. From expansive trails within Luray Caverns to the deep colors at Shenandoah Caverns or Civil War history at Grand Caverns, these family-friendly attractions will inspire in every season.
The Natural Bridge of Virginia is 30 stories of solid rock. Visitors can stroll the beautiful and serene Cedar Creek Trail, past Saltpeter Cave and Lost River, to Lace Falls. Or explore the history of Virginia’s Native Americans in the Monacan Indian Village or get up close to hundreds of live butterflies in Virginia's largest indoor butterfly garden.