Luray Caverns welcomes visitors all winter long.

As winter brings beauty and cold weather to our region, you can find spring-like temperatures at this natural U.S. landmark.

Underneath the northern Shenandoah Valley, Luray Caverns is always 54°, regardless of the temperature outside.

Half a million people annually enjoy the pleasant climate within the caverns full of ancient formations in spectacular natural colors.

The weather above ground, of course, does change. The air is crisp and clear, with perfect views of the Shenandoah Valley.

Between the Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains and graced by the Shenandoah River, this National Park area holds a unique appeal even in winter.

You can find out for yourself what makes this place so magical during this time of year. Conveniently located just 90 minutes southwest of D.C. and open 365 days a year, Luray Caverns, discovered in 1878, has hosted millions of visitors over the years, providing all-comers with a welcome rural retreat. Plan your visit at