Deep caves are already eerie and intriguing, but throw in some epic light works, music, and fire, and you’ve got one heck of an underground rave! At DeSoto Caverns in Alabama, light and music shows like these are held seasonally, dazzling crowds with brilliant light displays, pumping music, and weaving together enchanting stories. Backdropped by rocky prehistoric caverns, this is a party you’ve probably never seen before.\nDeSoto Caverns has lived many lives during its time, housing ancient Native American tribes, being mined by Confederate soldiers, and even playing host to moonshine brewing during the prohibition era.\nToday, it’s a great place for hikers, nature-lovers, and partiers alike.\nBesides being a gorgeous place for camping, hiking, and exploring the ancient depths of the caves, there are both seasonal and daily light shows that you can enjoy.\nEvery ‘Timeless Tour’ includes a viewing of the Caverns Light Show, which features state-of-the-art lasers, sound, water, and lights displays.\nHalloween, of course, is one of the best times to check out the caverns. The Tomb of the Risen Dead event features out-of-this-world shows within a subterranean world that will hype you up with fire dancing, light works, fountains, and spooky tunes to groove to.\nView this post on Instagram Have you seen our Light Show! It's rated one of the top underground light shows in the world and is an Alabama must-see! #desotocaverns #lightshow #alabamathebeautiful A post shared by Desoto Caverns (@desotocaverns) on Apr 1, 2020 at 11:10am PDT\nThe Christmas Laser Show, Easter Sound and Light Show, and the February Legends of Light Show are all fantastic displays worth checking out too — each one offering something different.\nView this post on Instagram This weekend is going to be 🔥!! Tag a friend who would enjoy seeing a fire show INSIDE DeSoto Caverns!! 🤩 Buy tickets today at thetord.com #tomboftherisendead #alabamaevent #alabamafun #fallfun #firebreathing #desotocaverns #fire #fall #cave #caverns #show A post shared by Desoto Caverns (@desotocaverns) on Oct 21, 2019 at 8:57pm PDT\nDeSoto Caverns is recorded as America’s first cave, and it’s still growing!\nThe frequent dripping of water from above continues to form stalactites and stalagmites that create an ethereal rocky world. If you get dripped on, staff like to call it “cave kisses.”\nView this post on Instagram Are you ready for a spooktacular fall? Get your tickets today! https://bit.ly/2wVOLjN # Halloween #tomboftherisendead #fallfun A post shared by Desoto Caverns (@desotocaverns) on Oct 1, 2018 at 9:07pm PDT\nThere are plenty of other fun things to check out above ground in the DeSoto Caverns park, including mazes, gem and crystal panning, archery, and more.\nView this post on Instagram Quick trip to #desotocaverns in #childersburg #alabama A post shared by 👤 (@wil.tiburcio) on Mar 7, 2020 at 7:04pm PST\nAdd exploration, learning, and partying it up to your bucket list at DeSoto Caverns!\nDeSoto Caverns\nPrice: $24.99 for adult admission\nAddress: 5181 Desoto Caverns Pkwy., Childersburg, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: Experience a light show rave with music and entertainment inside a cave!\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.