Located in beautiful southeastern West Virginia. Organ Cave is full of wonder, science and history. What other cave can you visit and see not only all the natural wonders, such as bats, rock formations, and fossils, but where over 1100 Confederate soldiers hid for 3 winters from the neighboring Yankees. Organ Cave is a National Natural Landmark plus a National Landmark of Historic Places and also on the Civil War Trails. Fossil hunts are also available.
A quaint museum and walking tours of the cave are available year round and led by a friendly and knowledgeable guide. From November to April, all tours are by reservation. Organ Cave is more than a collection of stalactities and stalagmites, it is a living museum. These tours will give you a chance to learn about the American Civil War and the confederate soldiers living in the cave plus give you an understanding of cave ecology and provide you with an in-depth introduction into how caves work and how we are working to preserve these natural wonders. All walking tours are based on the Book of Genesis of the King James Version of the Bible. Walk the trails formed by Noah’s flood and see the wonders of Creation.