Texas Hill Country Trail Region

Participant in the Texas Historical Commission's
Texas Heritage Trails Program

Boerne: Cave Without A Name

Photo by TXDOT

Cave Without A Name is one of nature's magnificent masterpieces, the underground contains six cavernous rooms filled with enormous clusters of stalactites and stalagmites, delicate soda straws, rimstone dams, and unique flowstone. Drops gently sound, significant the National Natural Landmark is a living, slow growing transformation of water and minerals filtered through limestone. A small subterranean stream runs through the cave and eventually flows into the Guadalupe River. In the cave, the year round temperature 66o, controlled by nature, not man. Tour the cave, visit the unique gift shop, pan for gems at the mining sluice, select and discover a geode surprise, walk the labyrinth.  Roam the trails, the hills and canyons, trees and meadows; find the true harmony of nature both above and underground in the peaceful Hill Country.



  • 325 Kreutzberg Road
  • Boerne, Texas
  • 78006


Hours & Fees

  • Memorial Day through Labor Day: Monday - Sunday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. (Last Tour at 5 p.m.)

    After Labor Day until Memorial Day: Monday - Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Last Tour at 4 p.m.)


  • Adults: $20, Children (Ages 6 - 12): $10, Children (Ages 5 and under): Free

    See website or call for Military, Senior, AARP, and Group rates.



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Read more about the Cave Without A Name in the Handbook of Texas Online.