Explore the Wonder and Mystery of Natural Bridge Caverns in San Antonio, Texas

Natural Bridge Caverns Natural Bridge Caverns in San Antonio

Natural Bridge Caverns in TexasCome experience one of the world's premier caverns, Natural Bridge Caverns.  Guided tours of huge subterranean rooms and passages are available daily.  The 75-minute Discovery Tour travels 180 ft below the surface and through a half-mile of the largest and most spectacular show cavern in Texas.

Other attractions include the Natural Bridge Mining Company, where you can pan for gems and minerals like miners panned for gold.  The NEW Canopy Challenge is a 4 level explorer course and zip-lines. It also includes Canopy Kids, which is great for younger children.  Located between San Antonio and New Braunfels, off I-35, exit 175. For operating hours and additional information, please call us or visit our website.

$2 off Adult & $1 off Child Discovery Tour Admission to Natural Bridge Caverns http://sanantoniokidsguide.com/coupon.php?bid=8857&dealid=222

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