Cosmic Caverns in Eureka Springs, AR

6386 HWY 21NBerryville, AR 72616
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One of Arkansas’ hidden treasures located between Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and Branson, Missouri, Cosmic Caverns offers a unique natural attraction the whole family can enjoy together. This must-see destination features the state’s largest privately owned show cave, complete with a one-hour and fifteen-minute walking tour of the natural nine-foot soda straw, two bottomless cave lakes, and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Berryville Travel Experts
  • Two bottomless cave lakes.
  • Natural nine-foot soda straw.
  • Natural Ozark attraction.
  • Wear walking shoes.
  • The caverns can drip; you may get wet.
  • Tour takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
  • Located in Berryville, Arkansas about 30 miles south of Branson.


from Cosmic Caverns
Cosmic Cavern is one of Arkansas' hidden treasures. You will see 2 bottomless cave lakes during your 1hr and 15 minute tour. The first lake, South Lake, has had trout in it for nearly 50 years. Some trout have gone blind and most have lost their color. The bottom or end of these lakes has yet to be found.

Come see our newly discovered area "Silent Splendor." Silent Splendor has been hailed as a must see in Arkansas. Silent Splendor houses one of the longest soda straw formations in the Ozarks measuring over an incredible 9 feet!

Don't forget to bring your camera. In our Buddha Room we actually have a picture studio set up where our guides will take your family picture with your camera... no charge. This really makes a great personal souvenir.

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

Micah Dobson
West Salem, OH
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Worth every dime"
November, 2018
This is a fantastic cave experience and they have a very informative tour guide. You'll be taking lots of pictures
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Tip: It involves some tight spaces and rather steep stairs.

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"Must visit place if you are in Arkansas, Nice place for one day trip"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 11, 2018
First time I am visiting the cavers (any where). really I loved the place. The staff is very helpful and good. You must wear proper shoes while going inside the caves because sometimes the floor is slippery. if there is a water be careful. must visit place everyone. the total trip will take 45 mints.
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Jennings, Louisiana
"Nice cavern"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 17, 2018
We toured caverns. There were some steep steps to ascend and descend. Doug was our guide and he was great. There were only 4 in the group and he interacted with us all. Very knowledgeable about Cosmic Cavern. And yes Doug, we were with the couple that received a message on her phone haha... There's a lot of historical documents and information upstairs about the cavern above the gift shop, including pictures of couples that were married within. I especially liked the brochures that was on display used in the past!
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Barbara M
New Lenox, Illinois
"Don't Miss!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 13, 2018
One of the prettiest and diverse caves I've been to. Our guide Lisa (same name as the gift shop cat who was beautiful and friendly :) ) was very informative and entertaining. She was awesome taking photos of us throughout the tour. Some areas were a bit challenging for people who have mobility issues.
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Desarae M
Fort Towson, Oklahoma
"Very neat"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 06, 2018
The people there are awesome and very informative. A very good tour. Lots of neat things in the gift shop.
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Central Florida, Florida
"Challenging but interesting"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed October 29, 2018
First off, this is probably one of the more difficult to caverns I've toured in the 12+ I've been in. It's not overly strenuous, it's just a lot of steps, areas you have to kinda twist to get through, muddy areas and a few very low ceilings. Like duck walk for 15 feet low ceilings.It is not a cavern I'd recommend for anyone with mobility or crouching difficulty. However, if you go in, it's an interesting cave with a a few waterways that actually have fish. The tour guide did a great job telling it's history and I enjoyed the tour and would recommend it to those who like touring caverns.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cosmic Caverns

Is Cosmic Caverns handicap accessible?
Cosmic Caverns is not handicap accessible. There are approximately 60 stairs down into the cave. All visitors must exit via the same path.

Where is Cosmic Caverns located?
They are located in Berryville, Arkansas. It is about 30 miles or a 45 minute drive from Branson.