Luray Caverns, Va
 In the beautiful Shenandoah Valley
Notice: Information Subject To Change - This Is Our Vacation Pictures

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Luray Caverns is located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia not far from the central entrance to Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park. The town of Luray offers many interesting things to do including, antiquing, movies, and the world famous Luray Caverns. In the general area you can find skiing at Massanutten and Bryce Mountain, hiking or horseback riding in the Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest. You can always try fishing, canoeing, tubing, kayaking or swimming in the Shenandoah River. For more information about the area visit My wife and I did a day trip from Williamsburg, Va while on our vacation in October 2010. This is a beautiful area of the country and wish we could have spent a couple of days there. I'm 58 now but visited Luray Caverns when I was 10 and said I would someday be back. I will be back again someday but with a motor home so we can take in the whole Shenandoah Valley and see all it has to offer. To visit the official site of Luray Caverns Click Here.

Join us as we tour the Luray Caverns on our vacation on 10/2010
Our vacation to Virginia included a trip to Luray Caverns and Skyline Drive Area

These were the rates as of October 17, 2010 and can change at any time so check with the people at the caverns for the most recent prices. It's worth the money you are paying if you ask me. A very enjoyable adventure.
970 U.S. Hwy. 211 West, Luray, VA 22835    (540) 743-6551
Note: GPS Address - 101 Cave Hill Road, Luray, VA 22835

We will share with you pictures and video's I have taken in the Luray Caverns and part of the countryside. My wife and I traveled in from Williamsburg and planned to make a full day of this trip to Luray Caverns and the surrounding area. We left Williamsburg, Virginia at 10:00 AM and arrived at the caverns for 1:30 PM. We made it back to Williamsburg for about 7:00 PM. We saw a lot of beautiful countryside as you will see in the pictures. The trip from Williamsburg to Luray Caverns was well worth it.

Just before going into the cave you are supplied with audio tour headphones.

After going down a flight of stairs you come to this sign that gives you advice on the cave.

Note: This picture below was compressed to about 1/4 of its original size. In compression much detail was lost so what I have done on many pictures is to make a thumbnail size of the picture. You can click on these thumbnails and see the full size pictures.  I was only shooting using my camera in the 2 Meg setting for all these pictures. If you want pictures to frame I'd advise you to visit the caverns and set your camera for 5 Meg or greater.  Most pictures were taken without a flash.

Click the small pictures for a full size picture.

Reflections in a pool of water. Picture does it no justice.
You really need to see this up close and in person.
The last picture to the right was taken with a flash.

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