Meramec Caverns

1135 State Highway W
573-468-2283

Meramec Caverns is the largest commercial cave in the state of Missouri. Missouri is also known as the Cave state, hosting home to more than 6,000 surveyed caves. Meramec Caverns is open year round and offers a fun, affordable vacation for all its visitors. The well-trained rangers can accommodate groups of any size.

Whether reliving childhood memories or sharing new ones with family, Meramec Caverns is a fun and affordable get-away for families of any size. For the better part of a century, nestled deep inside America's heartland, Meramec Caverns has offered fascinating and educational cavern tours for young and old alike. With all your cavern tour favorites like the "Stage Curtain" or the "Wine Table", Meramec Caverns also offers a number of new and unique attractions, filling your day with wholesome family fun and memories that will last a lifetime.


Reviews

Tabitha Wilkerson

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Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017

Wonderful natural attraction. Guides are fun and very knowledgeable. My husband and I stopped on our way home one weekend. Didn't plan the trip, just saw the sign and stopped. Quite enjoyed ourselves. They have a fudge shop, and sell inside the gift shop. The fudge is very good but SUPER rich. They also have a small cafe in the main building. Definitely recommend.

Jeremias C

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

This is a fun place to visit to see an easy to walk cave. Price is a little steep for adults in my opinion. Not something you get to see every day.

Hope Wills

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Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016

Interesting! Great place for kids. I'm not s fan of the ending where they play a film on the rocks and show different lights on the rocks to make them glow and pink and blues and greens I prefer the natural look but whatever brings in the people to see this place. Pretty cool.

AnnaMarie Ogunmola

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Monday, Feb. 20, 2017

When we went part of it was closed off and it was still amazing. The guides are good story tellers.

Heather Day

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Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017

Came here as a little girl and had to come here as an adult. Beautiful caverns, but it is slowly dying. Sad that people have to touch it, so there are plexiglass areas that obscure the views. Great presentation at the end.