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Discover Cumberland Caverns

America’s Greatest Caving Adventure

Looking for things to do in Tennessee?

We invite you to discover Cumberland Caverns!

With almost 30 miles of caves and underground passageways, incredible underground rock formations, beautiful underground waterfalls, and gleaming pools, there is plenty of fun and adventure for everyone!

We have Daily Walking Tours, Daytime Caving Tours & Overnight Caving Tours, and we’re proud to host Cumberland Caverns Live from 333 feet below.

Start planning your Spelunk-Tacular Adventure with us today!

Contact Cumberland Caverns

Contact us today and step into an exciting new underground world waiting to be discovered at Cumberland Caverns in McMinnville,TN.

DAILY WALKING TOURS

Moby Dick Room Cumberland Caverns

DAYTIME ADVENTURES

Glittering Pass Caving Adventure
Parts Unknown Adventure Trip

SPECIALS AND EVENTS

OVERNIGHT ADVENTURES

Glittering Pass
Parts Unknown Adventure Trip

 

 

    review rating 5  Largest Cavern we've been to visit. (Shout out to our tour guide Chloe, our best girl!) Loved it all!! Function Hall with full stage available for renting. Beautiful Swarovski antique priceless chandelier. Overnight camping available for groups. More advanced spelunking with guides. Very amazing!!

    thumb Susan Gangi

    review rating 5  One of the must seen attraction in Tennessee. We took lantern tour which is sort of intermediate difficulty level but covers more area than simple walking tour. Our guide Dalton was excellent. This was my second time being there and I can tell Dalton had more stories and details about the cave.

    thumb Ronak Naik

    review rating 5  This Cavern has some really cool features to it. A stage for concerts, which they hold at least once a month, with a huge chandelier. They have a section where they will put you in complete darkness. They also have overnight options. Very impressed.

    thumb Scott Musial

    review rating 4  We enjoyed our stop here. The tour of the cave lasts a little more than an hour. Really, that is about all the tour I wanted because it's not the easiest walk ever. It's cool, though. It's impressive to see the things that nature has created. The guides have some fun facts to share about the history of the cavern. There was a cute little dog hanging around the gift shop and outside. I think his name was Buster?

    thumb Ryan Winstead