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Kents Cavern

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Caves bean here for centers

Good day at Kent’s cavern bean here before worth the high entrees fee however these caves need two... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
tonyroddy1234
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Torquay, United Kingdom
A wonderful day out

A fascinating walk through prehistoric caves. Hannah was a fantastic, informative and charming tour... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
S S
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Kents Cavern is by far Britain's most important prehistoric cave used by ancient humans for the last 500,000 years including Neanderthals and early modern humans. The caves are open every day for guide tours, 7 days a week with natural caverns...more
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89/91 Ilsham Road | Cavern House, Torquay TQ1 2JF, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Good day at Kent’s cavern bean here before worth the high entrees fee however these caves need two be maintained freely stafe and a good coffe shop no more exspec than anywhere else

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A fascinating walk through prehistoric caves. Hannah was a fantastic, informative and charming tour guide. We also went for a walk around the woodtrail and enjoyed a tasty boar burger in the cafe. All the staff were friendly and helpful and helped us enjoy a...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

I had no idea that we had such a prehistoric cave complex in the UK. Really enjoyed our visit here. The tour is guided by an excellent guide. Very informative and very clear. £12 entrance fee. Cafe facilities on site.

Thank Lin D
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited the cavern in October. This is a great time to visit as it was quiet (a total of four of us on the tour) and a warm & dry escape from the rain outside. You’re guided through the cavern by a guide who...More

Thank CanterburySteve
Reviewed 5 days ago

I was a bit sceptical about paying £12 to look round some caves, especially as you pay £2 to park the car in their car park, but the tour guide, David made it so interesting and entertaining that I would definitely say its worth the...More

Thank HelenCopestake
Reviewed 6 days ago

My sister got married here at the weekend and it was an experience! I can not fault the staff for making it go so smoothly. I didn't go on the tour but my family thoroughly enjoyed it. If you are looking for a quirky wedding...More

Thank jubba33
Reviewed 1 week ago

The tour is not difficult if you are healthy, it has very interesting geological features and the tour guide gives a factual and informative talk. You can get refreshments at the cafe or go on a walk outside with fun for about 8 or older...More

Thank Ian A
Reviewed 1 week ago

My partner took our Australian visitors for the tour while granny stayed with myself and a few others to Demolish a few Devon Cream Teas (Cream First) - Restaurant has had a striking revamp .

Thank pausey65
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited the caverns not knowing what to expect then we met David our tour guide. Well what a great guide he made it interesting and fun and we really enjoyed our visit and would highly recommend a visit if you are in the area....More

Thank Sandy S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My first recommendation when coming here is to ensure you have £2 change for the parking. If you don’t however there is parking on the road which is a short walk either up a small incline or some steps. We didn’t realise you had to...More

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Leah J
6 April 2018|
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Response from Ro d | Reviewed this property |
From their website the answer is no. "Registered Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Guide Dogs for the Blind, Disability Support Dogs, Medical Assistance Dogs, Disability Assistance Dogs and Seizure Alert Dogs are permitted to... More
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TaniaS3202
2 February 2018|
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Response from Tara B | Property representative |
Yes. You can take even babies into the caves. Be aware that there is a sound and light show at the beginning of the tour and a brief moment darkness. Tour guides are well trained to look after and entertain children as well... More
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stephanie s
12 September 2017|
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Response from Keith N | Reviewed this property |
I agree with te other comments but woan uld add that it is a cave with rocky floors. they can be uneven and wet and sloppy. The staff are helpful but only you know your own capabilities it can be a risk. I suggest you talk... More
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