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Take a ride on one of our four zip lines, gliding high above the Texas Hill Country. Snap in to your harness, step to the edge of the zip line platform, raise your feet and sail across the landscape. The thrill of the ride is matched by the beauty of your surroundings, a natural experience of flight.
Discovery Village Trading Post
The Discovery Village Trading post features one of Texas' best collections of rocks and minerals from all over the world. An educational experience even just browsing, you'll find decorative stones, collectible minerals, works of art, Amethyst Cathedrals, souvenirs, and stone jewelry.
AMAZEn' Ranch Roundup
The AMAZEn' Ranch Roundup is a unique family friendly maze experience built to honor 5 generations of ranch ownership history in the Natural Bridge Caverns family.Designed using real ranch materials, Amazen Ranch Roundup is one of the only dynamic, permanent outdoor mazes in Texas.
Big Daddy's Sweets and Treats
After exploring our caverns and running through the maze, some hand-dipped ice cream and sausage on a stick is going to sound really, really good! Stop by our old-fashioned soda pop and general store, Big Daddy's Sweets and Treats. The "Big Daddy" name is in honor of Harry Hiedeman, one of Natural Bridge Caverns' principle founders and developers.
Discovery Adventure Tour
The wild cave portion of the Discovery Adventure Tour presents guests with a number of challenging obstacles. Included on the tour is a 25-foot free climb up a mud-covered slope, a 50 foot belly crawl through an area known as the Birth Canal, and a short traverse over a pit.
Adventure Tour, Fault Room
The Hidden Passages Adventure Tour possesses soda straw formations in excess of 6 feet long. The last room of the cavern, the Fault Room, features a number of faults plus the longest soda straw formation in the cavern. At 14 feet in length, this soda straw is among the longest in North America.