TOURS DAILY YEAR 'ROUND

HOURS & RATES

TOURS DAILY YEAR ‘ROUND!

Cave tours last approximately 1 hour. Extended programs are available year ’round for schools and groups. Tours depart rain or shine.

Tour Schedule

SUMMER: Memorial Day Weekend – Labor Day

Weekdays and Weekends – 20-30 minute intervals 9 am – 7 pm (last tour departs at 6 pm)

The Cave is a COOL 50 Degrees!

FALL: Tuesday after Labor Day Weekend – November 15

Weekdays – Tours on the hour (first tour 10 am / last tour 4 pm), Grounds open 9 am to 5 pm
Weekends – 30 Minute Intervals (first tour 9:30 am / last tour 5 pm), Grounds open 9 am to 6 pm

WINTER: November 16 – March 14

Monday through Friday: 11am and 2pm tours, please call ahead (608-437-3038) to reserve
Saturdays and Sundays: Tours on the hour, 10 am to 5 pm (last tour 4 pm) – No reservations are needed.

SPRING: March 15 – Friday before Memorial Day Weekend

Weekdays – Tours on the hour (first tour 10 am / last tour 4 pm), Grounds open 9 am to 5 pm
Weekends – 30 Minute Intervals (first tour 9:30 am / last tour 5 pm), Grounds open 9 am to 6 pm

Rates

(includes one hour guided Cave Tour)

Adults ……………………$ 18.95
Children (age 4-12) ………$ 10.95
Children (age 3 & under)…free with paid adult

Complete your experience: Explore our free self guided hiking trails, buy a geode and have it cracked open while you watch, purchase a mining bag filled with gems or fossils to sluice for treasure, or try your hand at digging for gem or fossil treasure at our Quarry’s Edge gem and fossil activities.

Planning on coming more than once? Signing up for a Keys to the Cave Membership grants you unlimited cave visits for one whole year! Upgrade your ticket for just $5.99!

  • Rates subject to change without notice – Cave tours last 1 hour.
  • Cave temperature is 50 degrees F, Please dress appropriately.
  • Tours depart Rain or Shine. We are near the highest point in southern Wisconsin so our grounds are well drained.
  • We accept Cash, Master Card, Visa and Discover Credit and Debit Cards

For more information see: Preparing for Your Tour