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Man's first views of Luray Caverns unveiled cathedral sized chambers laden with ancient stone formations.
Double Column
Located in Giant's Hall the Double Column, towering to a height of 47 feet, is the tallest and one of the most spectacular formations in Luray Caverns.
Totem Poles
Well-lighted, paved walkways lead visitors through cathedral sized rooms with ceilings ten stories high.
Throne Room
Four million centuries in the making beneath Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, some individual formations are over seven million years old.
Frozen Fountain
Enormous chambers are filled with towering stone columns, shimmering draperies and crystal-clear pools.
Wishing Well
This six foot deep pool in Luray Caverns has produced more than 16 1/2 million coins weighing 62 tons and having a value over $400,000. Its contents are donated to national health and educational foundations.
Saracen's Tent
Seemingly handfolded, this formation is one of the most perfectly formed drapery structures in the world.
Dream Lake
Sparkling Dream Lake, only eighteen inches deep, reflects a myriad of fantastic forms.
Stalacpipe Orgam
The world's largest musical instrument and the nly one of its kind produces music of symphonic quality from stone formations.
Fried Eggs
Discover objects of variety and curiosity such as these "Fried Eggs."
Giant's Hall
A U.S. Natural Landmark, Luray Caverns is eastern America's largest and most popular.
Titania's Veil
Huge subterranean chambers display a profuse variety of formations and unsurpassed natural color.