Cumberland Caverns 360º perspective:
Cumberland Caverns is a national natural landmark and “show cave” located in McMinnville, Tennessee. It’s the second longest cave in the state and makes the list of longest caves in the United States, and in the world. – Wikipedia
The park is a popular tourist attraction located about an hour and a half south-east of Nashville. The cave has a constant temperature of 56 degrees all year long, making it an ideal sojourn anytime of year. It offers a variety of tours, from a moderate 1.5 hour walk, to an extreme 4 hour adventure tour.
They also have an overnight group campout option, void of bugs, bad weather, and the hassle of pitching a tent. A most unique camping experience.
Cumberland Caverns is home of the Bluegrass Underground. The WSM radio, Emmy Award wining series performs monthly in the 600 seat Volcano Room section of the cave.
This virtual tour of Cumberland Caverns is a 3D like view of 2 historic parts of the cave: early explorer, Major Shelah Waters marked the cave in 1869. It was also a saltpeter mine as far back as the War of 1812, and a primary source of gunpowder during the American Civil War. Saltpeter is a key gunpowder ingredient.
Cumberland Caverns tours offer military, senior citizen and AAA discounts. Lodging is available in McMinnville. Fall Creek Falls State Park is a popular overnight stay as well.
(931) 668-4396 • 1437 Cumberland Caverns Rd • McMinnville TN 37110 cumberlandcaverns.com