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Inner Space Cavern

Inner Space Cavern
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Inner Space Cavern was discovered by a Texas Highway Department core drilling team in the Spring of 1963. While drilling through 40 feet of solid limestone, the bit broke into what is now known as Inner Space Cavern. An adventurous employee of the highway department was lowered into the hole while standing on the drill bit and holding tightly to the stem. He was the first human being to enter INNER SPACE. What an exciting voyage this must have been!

LOCATION

Inner Space Cavern

4200 S. IH-35, Georgetown, TX 78626

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PUBLIC HOURS

Monday-Friday 9:00AM-4:00PM

Saturday 10AM-5PM

Sunday 11:00AM-5:00PM

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

Adventure Tour:

Children age = 4-12
Ages 3 years and under are free
Monday-Thursday Adults $20.95 Children 4-12 $14.95 + tax
Friday-Sunday Adults$21.95 Children $15.95 + tax
Prices listed are before tax.
Tickets must be purchased the same day as the tour.

 

Hidden Passages Tour:

Children age = 7-12
Monday-Thursday Adults $25.95 Children 7-12 $17.95 + tax
Friday-Sunday Adults $26.95 Children$18.95 + tax
Prices listed are before tax.
Guests will receive $4.00 off their Hidden Passages Tour ticket with the purchase of an Adventure Tour ticket.

For more information on more information visit https://innerspacecavern.com/tours

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