Natural Bridge has many attractions and things to do. Click the headers for more information.
The immensity is startling…the majesty is striking. 20 stories of solid rock, carved by the fingers of nature---Virginia’s Natural Bridge. One of early America’s most sought-after visitor attractions—a stunning monument ingrained in America’s storied past.
Natural Bridge Caverns
Year-round coolness of 54 degrees in the deepest caverns on America’s east coast. Descend 34 stories underground
into the Natural Bridge Caverns and discover the source of nature’s artistic handiwork. Visit the Colossal Dome Room, Mirror Lake, and the Well and Canyon Rooms. It’s a journey never to be forgotten.
Butterflies at the Bridge
Visit Virginia's largest indoor, live butterfly garden.
Immerse yourself in the world of live butterflies in this new exhibit. Get up close to exotic species like the South American Blue Morpho or the Red Admiral from Asia. See these amazing creatures as you stroll among beautiful tropical plants and trees in this unique indoor garden.
Drama of Creation
As darkness falls, the Natural Bridge transitions to Nature’s Theater as the Drama of Creation unfolds in words and music--a bridge tradition since 1927. Symphonic music fills the ancient Blue Ridge Mountain walls. Choreographed lighting creates a rainbow canopy across the great stone archway.
Cedar Creek Nature Trail
Walk the pathway of patriots and feel the presence of legends who passed this portal-- Washington, Jefferson, the Civil War men of the blues and grays. Elevate your senses as you journey the beautiful and serene Cedar Creek trail. Immerse yourself in a world set aside by the ages. Gentle breezes, delicate water falls and songbirds harmonize, singing the stories of America’s origins.
Native American Village
Deemed the “Bridge of God” by Monacan Indians, the Bridge has a rich spiritual history for Virginia’s Native Americans. Journey back 300 years to explore the authentic Monacan village. Experience the lives of these Woodland Indians, their homes, their skills and the products of their existence.
Wax Museum & Factory Tour
Lifelike historical figures, carved in wax, tell the story of America and the Shenandoah Valley. See them made before your eyes.
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Professor Cline's Foamhenge
Enjoy sculptor Mark Cline's Foamhenge, a free roadside attraction viewing. Click here.
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