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

Travis J

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Friday, July 21, 2017

Cool cave, but too commercialized and our tour guide sounded like a robot. This place charges too much for the experience. I am more of a cave person, and I am less interested about the types of movies that were filmed here, which our tour guide wouldn't stop talking about. There were many interesting cave formations, but our tour guide did not talk enough about them. I am not usually a complainer, but for how much the cave costs and for the experience, it is much better to go to Onondaga Cave instead. Onondaga is much cheaper, it was a very, very cool cave, and our tour guide was enthusiastic and informative there.

celeste bernstiel

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Informative and lively tour guide made the tour through the cave enjoyable for our whole family. The gift shop seemed to have something for everyone. The only negative thing I can say is that the restaurant was not serving their whole menu - they only had hot dogs, nachos, soda, and ice cream.

babys world

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Monday, July 10, 2017

This place is so cool! The only thing is you have to walk through the whole tour and strollers aren't allowed so taking small babies and little kids isn't best idea if they are two and under, if you're pregnant you might want to wait until after your pegnancy. There's some steep inclines you go up for a little bit. But otherwise a great place to go see defiantly worth the price and time.

Tony Phillips

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Monday, July 17, 2017

Amazing tour of underground beauty ! Great place to go to escape the heat of summer, bring a light jacket if you get chilled easy. Lots of fun for all ages , seeing another whole dimension, under the surface.

Brandon Marsico

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Fond memories of this place. I visited with my family right after graduating from Basic Training in Fort Leonard Wood and we loved it so much that we visited again when I left the Army four years later on my cross-country trip back home. The caves are beautiful and a must-see if you're passing through the area.