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Cave Without a Name, Boerne

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The Cave Without a Name is a limestone solutional cave in the Texas Hill Country region of central Texas. It is a National Natural Landmark.
The cave is located 40 miles (64 km) from downtown San Antonio, and 10 miles northeast of Boerne off FM 474 and Kreutzberg Road. It has been commercially operated as a show cave and open for public tours since 1939. It is a member of the National Cave Association.
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  • I love this place. It is cool and full of beautiful stories and images. They let you take pictures throughout and even will take one of you as a couple. 
    I love this place. It is cool and full of beautiful stories and images. They let you take pictures throughout and even will take one of you as a couple.  more »
  • This greatly exceeded my expectations! Our tour guide, Mike, was friendly, knowledgeable, and patient with my picture-taking. The cave is extremely well maintained. It is well lit, the footing is... 
    This greatly exceeded my expectations! Our tour guide, Mike, was friendly, knowledgeable, and patient with my picture-taking. The cave is extremely well maintained. It is well lit, the footing is...  more »
  • Awesome cave. Our guide David made the tour. His knowledge of the cave and local area was great. This is one of our favorite caves in Texas and it didn’t disappoint on this trip. 
    Awesome cave. Our guide David made the tour. His knowledge of the cave and local area was great. This is one of our favorite caves in Texas and it didn’t disappoint on this trip.  more »
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  • Great tour from Natalie. She was able to answer all the group’s questions. She really knew the history. Our family (including the teens) enjoyed it. It is a small cave, which is ideal for people not really into caves but has some unique features that were great for people that explore caves often. There are 2 marked trails to explore while you wait on your tour to start. We did the short easy yellow trail in the afternoon heat and it was all shaded and not uncomfortable despite the heat. Katherine was great in the gift shop. So nice and kind. If you are looking for something to do other than ride a horse, plan this into your trip! Can’t wait to visit again when they have a concert down there. The acoustics are suppose to be phenomenal! *There are lots of steps, but that was expected.
  • Best little discovery in. Long time! I’ve visited many a places as an international flight attendant for over 28 years, and I MUST SAY this was a spectacular day. From the moment we entered the gift shop the hospitality was amazing! Our tour guide Kathryn was amazing, friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the cave, just a pleasure to have met as well! You can tell she really loves what she does and that really made all the difference! Kudos to you Kathryn for making our day a very special one!
  • We have been to many caves, but this cave has so many beautiful forms and I couldn’t stop taking pictures! The photos came out so inspiring that I’m going to frame some and display them in our home. Our tour guide, Catherine, was a joy! She was knowledgeable and told several stories about the cave, which were fascinating. We loved that she interacted with the kids on the tour. Catherine included them and asked them to ‘help her out’. She is so good with the kids and we were so impressed. The tour isn’t too long or too short, it’s just right! Everyone there was friendly and helpful too. Their gift shop is nice and there are lots of beautiful souvenir’s. Just go! It’s a wonderful adventure!! Carol G
  • Email or call for reservations, they have great customer service and are helpful! Amber was our guide and she made lots of jokes and was patient with our son who talks a lot. It’s humid so even though it’s cool down there, you will sweat! 8 story decent underground and again back up. Bathrooms are convenient. Kyle helped us purchase and cut our geode. Definitely recommended for a family outing. Wear athletic shoes and clothing, as the paths are wet and steep. We will be back!
  • “Cave Without A Name” is definitely a must see when visiting the San Antonio area! The cave is easy to get to and so amazing. So much beauty to see! Caroline was our guide and she was great. She pointed out so many interesting and beautiful facts. Caroline even brought a black light to show us even more beautiful sights. I definitely recommend this tour and to ask for Caroline!

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