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Cavern Tour

Join us for a cavern tour.

About Our Tours

The tour of the cavern commences with the descent of a short flight of steps through a man made passageway some fifteen yards in length, and from the foot of this stairway visitors pass at once into the beginning of the natural caverns. From this point on the awe-inspiring majesty of the Caverns can be appreciated.

Bull Beef A working which has produced some of the very best and largest pieces of Blue John Stone ever mined. This variety of Blue John is known as "Bull Beef". because of its is likening to raw beef.

The Grand Crystallised Cavern Is dome shaped and lofty with mineral colourings and markings which resemble a tree trunk sawn across.

The Waterfall Cavern The whole left hand side of the cavern is covered in stalagmitic formations looking like a frozen waterfall. The high roof is richly coloured with iron oxide deposits.

The Stalactite Cavern The Stalactite Cavern shows the meandering course that the underground river took. The roof resembles a riverbed upside down, a fringe of stalactites can clearly be seen.

Lord Mulgrave's Dining Room Formed when two underground rivers met forming a whirlpool which then created its circular shape. It's named Lord Mulgraves Dining room because it said his Lordship entertained a group of miners to a dinner of some sort.

The Variegated Cavern The last of Caverns shown to the public. It is majestic and somewhat awe-inspiring being 200 feet High. Its name given because of the variety of markings on the walls and in the roof.


Admission is payable at the Cavern on the day, we do not sell tickets on-line 

For larger parties of over 15 members - please contact us beforehand 01433 620638

Children of all ages are welcome, but babes in arms cannot be carried down into the cavern - they can however be carried using a child sling/carrier (leaving the adult hands free) Children under 5 go free

Each tour takes between 50 minutes to 1 hour - tours go down the cavern approximately every 20 minutes

Opening Time 9.30am (first tour 9.45am) Daily

Weekday Closing 3.30pm (please arrive by 3.15pm) Monday to Friday

Weekend Closing 4.00pm (please arrive by 3.45pm) Saturday and Sunday 

Dogs on a lead are welcome  (please be a responsible owner and pick up after your dog)

!!! Please note the minimum for any ONE tour is two paying adults !!!

Adults £12.00Children £6.00             
Senior Citizens £9.00Students £9.00
Family Ticket (Two adults and two children) £32.00

Party Rates

(Groups of 15 or more)

Adults £9.00
Seniors £8.00
Children £5.00

School Parties

(1 adult free every 10 in a group)

Kindly contact us for prices for different age groups - Thank you 01433 620638

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