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Visited with my grandaughter, age 11, who was enthralled as to how people used to live hundreds of years ago. Well programmed tour and excellent guide. Having been once you probably won't go again, as there wouldn't be anything new to see. But really interesting....More
Whilst staying in Nottingham for 4 days needed an extra activity to fill up an afternoon and wasn't disappointed.
Located in the shopping so easy to find and price was reasonable.
Tour went underground the caves of Nottingham and was passed on a tour guide...More
Relatives took my sister and I to see the caves in Nottingham, it was awesome. Lots of history, and good tour by our guide. This is suited to just about everyone, though quite a few steps, some uneven ground.
This place is well worth a visit to anyone interested in history. We went to Nottingham for a day out & found this place as we were walking around. It is very interesting & mind consuming whilst wandering back in time.
We visited the caves with relatives from Canada. We were doing the whole Olde Nottingham thing. There was lots to see, to listen to via a headset, and read all through the caves. We wore the hard hat which might be a good idea as...More
My wife and I visited Nottingham on the off chance one Saturday and went on the City of Caves tour. Quite a large group was greeted by our guide Brian who took us underground. Without giving too much away, the cave complex was created by...More
Finally found it tucked away in a shopping mall signage leading up to it from the city centre is a bit hit and miss.
Got our tickets which included the justice museum. You are given a hard hat and an electric tour guide to listen...More
No idea - there weren't any when we were there, but email the caves direct to be sure.
Hope you enjoy the trip. (also the oldest pub in the UK - 12th century - it's nearby - Ye olde Trip to Jerusalem - good one to tick off)