The world-renowned attraction has achieved a decades long goal of eliminating the remaining steps on the 1 ¼ miles tour route. The steps, which lead tours from the Entrance Lobby into the caverns, have been bypassed by a 164-foot corridor that was excavated into the hillside adjacent to the Entrance Building.Learn More
A day on Old Rag is one of Shenandoah National Park’s premier experiences. Recently named one of the 25 best hikes in the world by Outsideonline.com, Old Rag is Shenandoah's most popular and most dangerous hike.
There’s no better place to celebrate the independence of America than in small town USA. The Downtown Luray Annual Children’s Parade kicks off the celebration at 10 a.m. at Inn Lawn Park.
On August 17th, visitors will be able to experience the world-renowned natural landmark and other on-site attractions in a different light; Luray Caverns celebrates the 141st anniversary of its discovery.
Since 1970, Shenandoah River Outfitters has been providing great family fun on the storied Shenandoah River, just north of Luray. Visitors enjoy the cool waters while floating past farmlands.
One of downtown Luray's most visited locations is the unique Warehouse Art Gallery. The Warehouse was opened in 2002 by Luray artist Jim Mayes as a “Center for the Arts.”