Tour the Cave Systems of Cave City, Kentucky

Cave City, Kentucky, is well-known for its vast and intricate cave systems. The area is home to Mammoth Cave National Park, the world's longest-known cave system with over 400 miles of explored passageways. Additionally, numerous other cave systems are located in the region; these caves offer visitors a unique opportunity to explore underground landscapes, see stunning rock formations, and learn about the geology and history of the area. Many of the caves offer guided tours and educational programs, making them a popular destination for families and school groups. Our cave systems are a natural wonder and a must-see for anyone visiting the area.

Mammoth Cave
National Park

The Mother Cave with over 400 miles of mapped passages; International Biosphere Reserve; World Heritage site; Celebrating 200 years of cave tours!


Stroll among a vast and diverse range of formations up close throughout the cave.

Diamond Caverns

Featuring intricate drapery deposits and bacon formations that cascade the cave walls.

Hidden River Cave

Home to the world’s longest underground swinging bridge.

Lost River Cave

When you arrive at the massive cave entrance, prepare to board Kentucky’s only underground boat and kayak tour.

Mammoth Onyx Cave

This is one of the most beautiful and easily accessible caves in the United States.

Onyx Cave

Featuring beautiful cave coral, cave bacon, flowstone and a massive 40 foot column.

Outlaw Cave

Famous as the hideout for outlaw Jesse James.