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Cave Tours at Dunbar Cave State Park: Everything You Need to Know

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By Meghan E. Gattignolo 

Once upon a time, Dunbar Cave was an exciting party hub on Clarksville’s hot summer nights. Though now past its heyday for dances and concerts, the cave is still a Clarksville gem. In 2005, researchers discovered something special on the cave walls. In the same chamber where people once gathered for parties and dances, they found 800-year-old cave drawings, left behind by the Mississippians. Dunbar Cave State Park is a rare location where tourists can get relatively close to ancient cave art. The only way to get a good look at the art yourself is to join a cave tour. Follow these steps to enjoy a tour before the season ends! 

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Know your tour  

First, you need to know which tour you want to experience. Dunbar Cave’s tours have changed a little over the years, so it’s important to know what you’re getting yourself into before you go. Three different tours inside the cave are being offered right now. 

Enter the Underworld is the cave tour, especially if you’re curious about the cave art. It’s also the only tour offered every day. This tour discusses the art at length and gives a broader history of the cave. The duration is roughly an hour and it takes you about a quarter of a mile inside the cave. Except for the four-foot ceiling clearance on the way to the last room on the tour, where the average adult does have to duck for about 20 feet, this tour is easy for most people. Ages five years old and up can handle this one. 

Unknown Realms is double the time and price, but you get to hear amusing stories about Dunbar’s past as a tourist attraction. The guide tells you all the myths and legends Dunbar Cave became known for, as well as more recent history of the cave. This tour involves about a mile of walking on slippery steps and some crouching. Everyone eight years old and up are welcome on this tour. Unknown Realms is only available on Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm, so plan accordingly.  

The newest cave adventure is Spray Hall , the chamber furthest into the cave anyone can safely reach. Because of its location, this part of the cave is one of the least traveled in more recent years, but past famous figures have made their mark on the walls along the way. Lots of tight turns and climbing in muddy conditions are involved to reach the coveted Spray Hall, so this is not the tour for the faint of heart. Ages eight and up are welcome, and it’s only available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm.    

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Plan ahead  

People love spontaneous fun, but expecting to jump on a cave tour at a state park inside the city limits of Tennessee’s fifth largest and third fastest growing city on a warm summer Saturday isn’t going to work out the way you think it will. Cave tours generally sell out well before the day of, and weekend tours often sell out several days in advance. To register for a time slot, you can do so online here , or call the Dunbar Cave Visitor Center at 931-648-5526 between 8am and 4:30pm any day of the week.     

Come prepared  

Dunbar Cave has a few rules.   

One rule is no photography inside the cave. The Eastern Band of Cherokee advise the staff of Dunbar Cave State Park annually and educate them on Indigenous beliefs. One thing the Cherokee have requested of the park is to not allow photography inside the cave. The presence of the Mississippian art makes the cave a sacred site for the Cherokee and other Indigenous cultures. For this reason, you’ll be asked to keep your phone in your pocket once you enter.  Don’t worry, you can’t get any reception inside the cave anyway.  

Make sure you and everyone in your party shows up to a cave tour with a flashlight. The cave no longer has any form of permanent artificial lighting because after years of damaging activities, Dunbar Cave is now being preserved in its natural state as much as possible – so that means it’s dark. 

Finally, remember to dress functionally: closed-toe shoes are highly recommended, as are hoodies or a long-sleeved jacket. The cave is a constant 56 degrees year-round, so the moist cave air can be a bit chilly for some.  

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Now that you know what to expect, make sure you reserve your tour while you still can in 2023! Tours only run through September, and then the cave will be closed again until next May (though the state park itself is open year-round). Weather conditions and bat conservation prevent accessibility in the fall and winter. Also, don’t forget to check out the latest issue of Second & Commerce to learn even more about Dunbar Cave State Park. 

Postcards courtesy of Billyfrank Morrison Historic photos courtesy of Dunbar Cave State Park

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Meghan E. Gattignolo  is a freelance writer and longtime Clarksville, TN resident. She loves to obsess about historical subjects and annoy her family daily with unsolicited random facts. Meghan holds a History B.A. from Austin Peay State University and lives in town with her husband and two daughters. 

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Dunbar Cave State Park

401 Old Dunbar Cave Road, Clarksville, TN 37043

(931) 648-5526

Dunbar Cave is a remarkable prehistoric site, not just for Tennessee but for the entire Eastern Woodlands. The cave has been used for thousands of years and is the site of significant prehistoric Mississippian Native American cave art dating to the 14th century. The 144-acre park is home to an array of wildlife, nearly five miles of trails, and picnic areas. 

For the Mississippian people that lived along the Red River in the 14th century CE (and perhaps even more broadly), Dunbar Cave was a sacred place. Though the cave is a physical place, the Mississippians believed it to be an actual portal into the Underworld or the level of the universe that existed below the level where we live. The Mississippians left many drawings on the walls of the cave, some in charcoal, some carved into the limestone itself. While we do not know exactly what the drawings meant, the symbols hold sacred meanings even today for modern indigenous peoples of the southeastern U.S. Today, these drawings are protected at Dunbar Cave State Park. During the cave tour season (May - September), we encourage you to take a tour to experience the awe of these drawings for yourself.

Nearly five miles of hiking trails range from the easy Lake Trail, the moderate Short Loop, to the strenuous Recovery Trail, which has several steep hills. All trails take hikers past the cave entrance and around the lake. The Short Loop and Recovery Trails lead into the forest and over successional fields. All trails begin and end at the visitors' center. 

Hike a trail, learn about Dunbar Cave’s resort and musical history and its importance to African American history, or simply enjoy a picnic and watch the wildlife among the area's scenic beauty.

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Dunbar Cave State Park offers seasonal cave tours, hiking trails

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Get your hiking boots and hand-held flashlights ready for cave tours and hiking trails. Dunbar Cave is open again — now that hibernation is complete for the resident bats.

Dunbar Cave State Park's eight-mile cave reopened May 1. Park Ranger John Ball said cave tours have been selling out every day. 

There are four hour-long tours every day with a 20 person maximum. 

"It is a trip through the human history of the cave," Ball said. "It mostly focuses on how human beings interacted with the cave over the last 10,000 years."

The walls, marked with carvings from thousands of years ago, are popular attractions. These religious symbols include:

  • Concentric circles
  • An anthropomorphic warrior figure

Masks are not required at Dunbar Cave, but are encouraged, according to the website. Disposable masks are provided free of charge.

If you're planning to visit Dunbar Cave, here are a few more facts you want to know:

  • Cave tour participants must bring a hand-held flashlight
  • Children age four and under are not allowed in the cave
  • Reservations are recommended

Hiking Trails and more

The 144-acre park has over three miles of hiking trails. Every trail takes hikers past the cave entrance and around the lake. Here's a list of the trails  and mileage:   

  • Lake Trail: Easy, 0.7 miles, paved surface
  • Short Loop Trail: Moderate, 1.1 miles, natural surface
  • Recovery Trail: Moderate, 1.9 miles, natural surface 
  • Tennessee State Parks also offers interactive educational experiences at Dunbar Cave with Park Rangers.

Educational programs include: 

  • Field trips to the park
  • Ranger classroom or schoolyard visits
  • Custom programs

Dunbar Cave is closed annually from September through April to allow its resident bats undisrupted hibernation. The site  offers programs that cover indigenous history, state and local history, geology, prairie restoration and more. For more information about Dunbar Cave State Park on 401 Old Dunbar Cave Road, visit www.tnstateparks.com/parks/dunbar-cave  or call 931-648-5526. 

Alexis Clark can be reached at [email protected] or 931-217-8519.

Dunbar Cave State Park offering summer cave tours

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — A Clarksville State Park is offering visitors the chance to see 14th century Native American cave art.

Dunbar Cave State Park is offering tours every day from June 9 to August 31, with plans to offer similar tours on weekend days in September.

Archaeologists have found Native American artifacts dating all the way back to 10000 B.C. in Dunbar Cave. The main draw for most visitors, however, is the Native American pictographs that can be found on the cave walls.

The drawings date back to the 14th century A.D., and many are spiritual in nature. This has led experts to believe that 14th century Native Americans viewed the cave as being very important to their faith.

The tours will cost $13 for children aged 5-12, and $18 for those 13 and up.

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The Moscow Metro Tour is included in most guided tours’ itineraries. Opened in 1935, under Stalin’s regime, the metro was not only meant to solve transport problems, but also was hailed as “a people’s palace”. Every station you will see during your Moscow metro tour looks like a palace room. There are bright paintings, mosaics, stained glass, bronze statues… Our Moscow metro tour includes the most impressive stations best architects and designers worked at - Ploshchad Revolutsii, Mayakovskaya, Komsomolskaya, Kievskaya, Novoslobodskaya and some others.

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The guide will not only help you navigate the metro, but will also provide you with fascinating background tales for the images you see and a history of each station.

And there some stories to be told during the Moscow metro tour! The deepest station - Park Pobedy - is 84 metres under the ground with the world longest escalator of 140 meters. Parts of the so-called Metro-2, a secret strategic system of underground tunnels, was used for its construction.

During the Second World War the metro itself became a strategic asset: it was turned into the city's biggest bomb-shelter and one of the stations even became a library. 217 children were born here in 1941-1942! The metro is the most effective means of transport in the capital.

There are almost 200 stations 196 at the moment and trains run every 90 seconds! The guide of your Moscow metro tour can explain to you how to buy tickets and find your way if you plan to get around by yourself.

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  • Find adventure at every turn
  • Take pride in covering Moscow in record time
  • Enjoy the icons in style
  • Explore off the beaten path routes of Moscow
  • Expert commentary as you travel around the city
  • Test your nerve, driving on crazy Russian roads
  • Get an Endorphin Rush
  • Savour delicacies from different regions of Russia in a traditional restaurant

Only in Moscow for a short time and want to get the most out of the city and have fun? Then a 3-hour bike tour in Moscow is what you need! You won’t hear much about Russian history or become an expert on Russian art, but you will experience all the rest of Russian culture! This tour gives you a unique perspective of a little bit of everything in 3 or 5 hours: must-see tourist sights, local hangouts, Russian food, a glimpse of the modern Moscow life, amazing photo opportunities, a bit of Russian history, and a lot of fun!

This is a great opportunity to cut the usual all day tour down to only 3 or 5 hours and get the most out of the city while having fun and being fit in the greatest locations around Moscow!

A bike trip is sure to capture your heart. It enables you to see the heart of Moscow within the Boulevard Ring and to explore some non-touristic areas of the city, to get an image of the city centre and to work out at the same time.

Our tours differ and depend on whether you are interested in city scenery or nature-like landscape. A variety of places in Moscow are great for riding a bike: these are large parks, yards with old mansions, and historical streets in the centre.

Let’s see what’s waiting for you!

Here are 4 suggested itineraries for a 3-hour tour:.

Moscow Bike Route #1

St. Basil's Cathedral, GUM, Kazan Cathedral, State Historical Museum and Lenin's Mausoleum

Revolution Square and Theatrical Square

Bolshoy Theatre, Metropol Hotel, Chinese Wall, State Duma of Moscow

Alexander Garden

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, fountains, the Grotto, Central Exhibition center, Kutafya tower, Kremlin wall and towers

Historic City Center

Tverskaya street with its beautiful historical architecture, China town (Kitai-gorod), an old historical area of Moscow

Beautiful  City bridge  leading to  Gorky Park  with scenic views of  Christ the Savior  cathedral and the Moscow River. Explore all the beauties riding a bike along the riverside pathways.

Sculpture Park

Peaceful  Crimean embankment  is one of the quietest area of Moscow city with painters' works at the  Vernisage , close proximity to new  Tretyakov Gallery  and good views of  Christ the Savior Cathedral ,  Peter the Great  monument and the Crimean bridge.

Delicious lunch at a café/restaurant

Arbat street + Stalin Skyscraper

The  Arbat  has existed since at least the 15th century and is proud of being the oldest surviving street of the Russian capital. Nowadays, it is now an entertainment and event mecca for Muscovites and tourists alike.

Victory park

Get thrilled with 142 metres  Obelisk  and  Victory Park museum , which is an open-air museum dedicated to the Russian victory of 1945, built in 1995 to celebrate 50 years of victory

Moscow Bike Route #2

Pyatnitskaya street - the Tretyakov Gallery - Luzhkov Bridge - the Cathedral of Christ the Savior - the Gogolevsky Boulevard - the Nikitsky Boulevard - the Tverskoy boulevard - Teatralnaya street - the Bolshoi Theatre – the Kitai - Gorod - Red Square and GUM store - the Bolshoi Moskvoretsky Bridge

This route is the best one if you want to see the heart of Moscow. It goes right through the major places of interest and touches upon the most exciting and vibrant areas of Moscow such as part of the Boulevard Ring, which is absolutely loved by everyone.

Cozy streets of Zamoskvorechye will never leave you indifferent. This district has a long and vivid history and is full of old baroque houses along with Stalinist buildings. It includes three theatres, three museums and sixteen churches.

Back in the 18 th century Zamoskvorechye was known as a quiet, country-like land of single-storey houses and conservative businessmen. It remained country-like and is much more filled with business than before, as this area is just right in the city centre.

You’ll learn:

  • what was previously on the site of the Novokuznetskaya metro-station;
  • names of four abandoned metro stations and how to find these stations;
  • what is the oldest bridge among all the bridges in Moscow;
  • how old was Pavel Tretyakov when he decided to collect paintings, that are now exhibited in the Tretyakov gallery;
  • what does the real form of the Boulevard Ring in Moscow look like;
  • what tricks did the Russian government used to save the houses and buildings from bombing during the World War II;
  • what unofficial name the Bolshoi Moskvoretsky bridge has

Moscow Bike Route #3

View over the Kremlin - The Luzhkov Bridge –  The Strelka Institute –  The Muzeon Park –  The Gorky Park –  Neskuchny Garden –  Sparrow Hills –  The Luzhniki Stadium -  Novodevichy Convent – The Arbat Street – The Gogolevsky boulevard - The Cathedral of Christ the Savior –  The Bolotnaya Square

This route includes the most popular city-sights and goes along the Moskva-River. It starts with an observation point, from which you may enjoy the view over the Kremlin, and covers all the most beautiful green areas of Moscow. Historical sites are included into the route so you can feel the historical vibes of ancient Moscow.

  • where is hidden an island Moscow;
  • where in Moscow you can get printed music of the most sweet masterpieces like “Chocolate waltz” and “Cake-gallop” along with a box of chocolates of the 18 th century;
  • why the Luzhkov bridge is also called “the bridge of kisses”;
  • the place where the famous Olympic symbol – the Olympic Bear of the Olympics-1980 was flown from;
  • the stage where Rolling Stones and Madonna performed when they came to Moscow;
  • why the Krymsky bridge was Stalin’s favourite bridge and what musical instrument it represents;
  • where living statues in Moscow could be found in 1740s;
  • myths and legends about inhabitants of the main building of Moscow State University;
  • story about why Sparrow Hills were called that way;
  • how Napoleon was cheated when he was going to burn down the Novodevichy convent;
  • what was supposed to be on the site where the Cathedral of Christ the Savior is now;
  • why Moscow was nearly burnt down in the 15 th century and which role the Arbat street played in it.

Moscow Bike Route #4

Starting with wide area of the VDNKh, you are to learn interesting and fun facts about this spectacular part of Moscow.

  • where is a hidden the secret bunker under Moscow (and no, it’s not a famous Bunker 42 everybody knows about;
  • why the number of golden statues at the fountain is more than the number of Soviet republics, although it is said to correspond them;
  • why one of the Stalin statues was called “matryoshka” (Russian doll);
  • what was Picasso’s favourite statue at the exhibition in Paris in 1937.

You’ll see:

  • the world’s first light-music fountain that was built in 1950-1954;
  • pavilions that symbolize Soviet republics;
  • the Botanic garden which is twice as big as the Principality of Monaco;
  • the largest green-house in Europe (for the opening day in 1945);
  • English garden at the Ostankino mansion;
  • Ostankino Tower, one of the tallest structures in Europe;
  • the most beautiful flowers in hidden places of the parks.

Biking through VDNKh, Botanic garden and the territory of the Ostankino park will definitely be appreciated by nature-lovers and all those who are keen on speed, who knows no limits and want to explore off the beaten path of Moscow.

We can customize your bike adventure to meet your individual interests.

Our bicycle tour in Moscow gives you a chance to have a s pectacular ride  with  wonderful photo opportunities  and an  unforgettable cultural experience!

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  • + A photo session amongst spectacular Moscow scenery that can be treasured for a lifetime
  • + Good value for souvenirs, taxis, and hotels
  • + Expert advice on what to do, where to go, and how to make the most of your time in Moscow

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