Bridal Cave in 2023!

With the New Year rapidly approaching, we wanted to make a blog dedicated to Bridal Cave and what you can expect from us in 2023! We want to ensure you have all of the information before you plan your trip to the most scenic cave tour in America, so be sure to keep reading to find out all of the details you'll need for 2023! 
Bridal Cave Admission Information for 2023
Keep up to date with all of the times, prices, and more with our updated admission information for 2023!

Hours of Operation:
  • January 2 – March 3:
    9 am to LAST TOUR 4 pm
  • March 4 – May 26:
    9 am to LAST TOUR 5 pm
  • May 27 – August 27:
    9 am to LAST TOUR 6 pm
  • August 28 – October 29:
    9 am to LAST TOUR 5 pm
  • October 30 – December 31:
    9 am to LAST TOUR 4 pm

CLOSED New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

2023 Admission Prices

General Admission:
  • Adults (13&up): $26.00 
  • Children (5-12): $16.00
  • Children 4 and under: Free

Cave Group Rates 25% off (20 or more paying Admissions)
  • Adults: $19.50 
  • Children (5-12): $12.00
  • Special Elementary School Rate: $7.00 per student

Bridal Cave Underground University Rates (20 or more paying Admissions) 
**Reservations Required 10:00am ONLY** (100 Maximum)
  • Adults: $20.00 
  • Children (5-12): $10.00

Lantern Tours (Reservations Required) 
  • Adults and Children: $39.95 
  • 7:00pm on Saturdays Memorial Day through Labor Day
  • **Not Recommended for children less than 5 years old!**

Season Passes (Good for ONE YEAR from date of purchase)
  • Adults: $31.00 
  • Children (5-12): $21.00
We want you and your family to have a phenomenal time here at Bridal Cave! Whether you go on one of our famous cave tours, go explore our nature trail, discover the minerals and gems located in our rock shop- we hope that we will be able to be your source of true family fun for 2023 and for many more years to come! 
We look forward to another wonderful year with our loyal community, and we cannot wait to see what 2023 holds! Happy New Year!


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