Georgetown, Texas: Inner Space Caverns

Cave exposed in 1963 by Interstate roadbuilding and turned into a commercial attraction. Features the "Lake of the Moon," and the "Flowing Stone of Time."
Address:
4200 N. I-35 Frontage Rd, Georgetown, TX
Directions:
I-35, Exit 259, north of Austin.
Hours:
Summer M-Sa 9-6, Su 10-6 (Call to verify)
Phone:
512-931-2283
Admission:
Adults $21.
RA Rates:
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Awesome experience. Went on a holiday weekend, so there was a bigger group, but so much to see on about an hour tour.

[Sarah, 07/10/2018]
Inner Space Caverns

Amazing! One of the best cavern tours I've been on. It gets pretty warm down there so I recommend shorts.

[Sunnysam, 04/06/2017]

The cave air temperature is a constant 72 F degrees.

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I toured Inner Space often in college, and knew Meredith, who was the first to descend through the drill hole. He was not a highway worker but a caver, called by the highway construction guys to recover the drill bit. He was ecstatic when he looked around that beautiful room! By good luck, both he and the drill bit missed landing on one of the nicest formations.

In 1970 I went with cavers led by Meredith into back of the cave for mapping. I wonder if that part is open to tourists now? Inner Space is a real jewel of a cave!

[PixelAnnie, 04/03/2017]

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Inner Space Caverns

If you go late on a Monday to Inner Space Caverns, you may end up with a personal one on one tour -- we did -- was awesome!

[Annie, 06/15/2016]

Formations in Inner Space Caverns.

Inner Space Caverns

Just visited this cavern again and it's well worth the stop. The tour guides are friendly and very knowledgeable. If you phone before you arrive, they'll tell you which hours of that day should help you avoid mass tour groups of elementary school kids. Well-stocked gift shop. Depending on the time of year, you may get to see hibernating bats. They do turn off all the lights momentarily at one point during the underground tour, so be prepared for DARK. Wear comfortable shoes; it's a walk. Photography is allowed.

A staff member confirmed that comedian Bill Engvall, famous for his "Here's your sign" routine, did indeed work at Inner Space Caverns many years ago when he was attending college. Engvall stated this in his 2007 autobiography, Just a Guy, but he provides no details of the experience.

[Matt J. McCullar, 02/09/2008]

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In the region:
Too Many Birds at a Mall, Austin, TX - 19 mi.

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