Special Events

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Mammoth Cave National Park hosts a variety of special events each year.

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The park hosts several special events throughout the year to celebrate the history, culture and natural wonders of Mammoth Cave National Park. Explore the links below to learn more about the events and find a schedule of activities. Updated information for each event will be posted as it becomes available.


Annual Events

Black History Month


Join ranger led talks, guided walks, evening presentations at local libraries, and special videos and visual displays that focus on the legacy of African American history at Mammoth Cave throughout the month of February.

Wildflower Day


Join Mammoth Cave rangers and volunteers to celebrate the changing seasons and the beauty of wildflowers in the park. Throughout the day enjoy scheduled talks, guided hikes, and children's crafts.

Bat Night


Join bat scientists to learn about the science of studying bats in the park and the benefits they provide.

Cave Sing


Celebrate the history of music in the cave and welcome in the holiday season. With origins dating back to the winter of 1883, the annual Cave Sing has become a beloved holiday tradition for area locals and visitors alike.


One-time Events



Last updated: January 26, 2023

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Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 7
Mammoth Cave, KY 42259-0007


270 758-2180

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