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Cave without a Name, Boerne

(4.6/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We took our family to see the Cave Without a Name on during a family gathering in the Hill Country. I had heard this cave was worth seeing but it still surprised me. It is worth the time for a visit i...  more »
  • On occasion they have concerts with school orchestras or hand bells. It is wonderful to hear. You need to be physically able to climb a lot of stairs. 
  • My husband and I toured the cave, and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We got there right when it opened and had a private tour with one of the guides since no one else was there. Because of this, we ...  more »
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  • Great folks, they were very kind and friendly. Gave us a very informed tour of the cavern and were patient with us taking pictures. They also referred us to more caverns to explore. Overall a great experience! Highly reccomend!
  • The tour guide was very informative and entertaining. It is very slick so wear good shoes! The stair climb back up is very steep but there are places to stop and rest if needed.
  • Elaine was the best, the singing was beautiful. If you want a magical experience, make sure she is your tour guide. It is a great trip to take family and friends. Remember to wear comfortable shoes.
  • We were there last week. The lady who guided our group was very nice and knowledgeable. I believe her name was Elena (Nena), I hope I spelled it right.. The history of the cave and the cave formations were very interesting. My husband and I agree to put it high in our rank of the caves we've seen in Texas. The cave is not a very big cavern, but there's a more intimate feeling about it. When we arrived in the cave chamber, the tour lady sang to us a song from a Disney movie and helped us took our pictures with cave formations in the background, which was very special. Their gift store was also very nice. Lots of collectible with very competitive prices.
  • Awesome tour of an amazing cave. Miss Nina was the best tour guide ever?