No Reservations in 2013
Beginning January 2, 2013, Jewel Cave National Monument will not offer advanced ticket reservations, except for Wild Caving dates. Due to construction projects and assumed disruptions in service, ticket sales will occur on a first come first serve basis. More »
Nature & Science
Jewel Cave is the primary resource of Jewel Cave National Monument, and is currently the third longest cave in the world. Airflow studies indicate that most of the cave has yet to be found. Each year, explorers discover and map an average of three miles of cave passages.
The Monument is also home to a variety of plants and animals, and has a fascinating wildfire history. We invite you to explore all that Jewel Cave National Monument has to offer!
Did You Know?
Over 80,000 people a year go on cave tours at Jewel Cave National Monument. In the summer season, visitors can tour 3 different areas of Jewel Cave.