Dunbar Cave Tours
Archaeological excavations revealed that the cave has been occupied by man for thousands of years, drawn by its constant stream flow and shelter provided at the mouth of the cave. One of the unique features of the cave is Mississippian Native American iconography, dating from approximately 1350 AD. Dunbar Cave was a sacred place to the people. Religious symbols including concentric circles, rayed suns, and an anthropomorphic warrior figure were drawn and carved on the walls of the cave and can be seen on the tour.
Tours of Dunbar Cave are offered seasonally and tickets are required to enter Dunbar Cave. Tours begin in May. Reservations are strongly recommended and may be made online. Cave tours frequently sell out and reservations are the only way to ensure a spot is available for you and/or your party. Please plan accordingly.
2022 Tours began in May with daily tours at 9 AM, 11 AM, 1 PM, and 3 PM,
Please note: Children aged four and under are not allowed in the cave. All cave tour participants need to have a hand-held flashlight. To protect the cave art, photography is not allowed.
Due to the presence of White Nose Syndrome (WNS) in our cave, clean caving protocols are in effect. Learn more.