1. admin

    0.0
    Your rating:

    The cavern was filled with history and our tour guide was fun. The gift shop had some stuff and all employees were very helpful. It is a quick tour, but you will see stuff you don’t see everyday. Nice place!

  2. admin

    0.0
    Your rating:

    This is a definite must see for any amateur speleologists out there or just anyone who appreciates the visual beauty of Nature and Time!Easily one of the prettiest show caves in TX, Natural Bridge Caverns starts its tours with a view of its namesake right by the entrance. The tour is a little short and our guide was not particularly engaging or overly knowledgable (it sounded like she was reading from the Cave Guide’s Discovery Tour Script), but she was really young and honestly, you really don’t need a lot of explanation of the absolutely fantastic and gorgeous formations in front of you!The formations in the cave are just downright spectacular! From chamber to chamber they get progressively more and more breathtaking! The crown jewel is the end of the Discovery Tour when you have a full panorama of the formations from the “observation deck” which creates this sort of layered perspective that is just jaw dropping! One of my fav formations was definitely the King’s Throne and the Castle of the White Giants. The petrified bat roosts and rimstone dams are also really cool cave “decorations”. And because it is still an active cave, water is dripping everywhere, so it is more than likely you will leave your underground adventure with a “cave kiss”, which is always good luck!Totally worth the money and the drive out there! Also look into combining the cave tour w/a Bracken Bat Flight viewing. You will not regret it!

  3. admin

    0.0
    Your rating:

    Great caverns! Tour guide kinda sped through but touched on some interesting facts.