Open daily at 9 am! No reservation required! Please bring a mask for everyone in your group.
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Cave Tour Tickets Cost
High School Students (Grades 10-12) $10.00
Middle School & JR High Students (Grades 7-9) $8.00
Elementary Students (Grades k-6) $7.50
Bus Drivers & Teachers (1 per 10 Students) FREE
Adult Chaperons $16

Price is per person, Mon - Fri during school year, thru 12/21/19. No deposit required.

Common Questions

  • How long are tour wait times?

    Less than 30 minutes.  

    Typical summer wait will be 30 minutes or less. Wait times may increase on holidays or peak summer weekends. Off season tours can be up to 40-45 minutes apart. We always put you on the very next available tour, no waiting for tours on a set schedule.

    Tours leave frequently throughout the day. You must arrive no later than 4:30 pm EDT to be guaranteed a spot on the last tour of the day. There are also other activities to enjoy at Indiana Caverns.

  • How long is the cave tour?

    80 minutes  

    Individual tours may last from 75-90 minutes depending on the size of your tour, walking ability, even the number of questions asked. Please see our tour pages for tour distance, boat ride time, depth, and other tour related information.

  • How cold is the cave? What should I wear?

    56 Degrees  

    The cave is 56 degrees year round. You may appreciate a jacket or long sleeves during the underground boat ride. Good walking shoes are recommended. However, most anything without high heels should be fine. Thong sandals and flip flops are not suitable.

  • Who can go on a cave tour? Any restrictions?

    Most people, but it's not handicap accessible.  

    Most People

    People of all ages are able to take the cave tour. Although Indiana Caverns is not handicap accessible, most anyone who can walk unassisted should be able to enjoy the tour.

    Elevation Details

    There is a 110 feet of elevation change in Indiana Caverns. From the visitor’s center, it is mostly downhill to the underground river. On the way out, the tour route climbs almost 110 feet from the underground river level back through the Big Bone Mountain room and up the ramp into the Visitor’s Center. Visitors must be able to walk up several ramps and a several sections with some steps.

    Small Children or Infants

    Small children are welcome. If they can’t yet walk, they will need to be carried in your arms or a front carrier for the cave tour. Strollers and backpacks are not allowed. Partway through the cave tour is an underground boat ride, which gives everyone a chance to sit down, rest and relax.

    Enjoy you drinks and snacks before the tour, no food, drink or snacks allowed in the cave.

We learned so much from our guide Myron! Such a great tour! Loved everything about it! They were so busy the day we went but the staff was great! Fun for the whole family!

Legomama5 from Shorewood, Illinois

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Open Year Round
Open Daily:   9am

Tours leave frequently throughout the day. You must arrive before or by 4 pm EDT to be guaranteed a spot on the last tour of the day. The cave temperature is 56 degrees all year. Weather is never a problem.

Closed only on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Get Directions

Indiana Caverns is just outside of Corydon, the first state capital of Indiana. Directly off I-64 at exit 105.

Call:  812-734-1200

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Camping & Lodging in Corydon, IN

This friendly town offers a great choice of restaurants, shopping and a variety of attractions: historic sites, wineries, state parks and other natural attractions. Most are within a 5-10 minute drive from the cavern.

Request a free local visitor guide with discount offers, camping, lodging and more.