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The kind of place to take the family visitors and intellectually curious, here mother nature is on display and anyone can read and understand the amazing caverns where mother nature is at its best. A must see experience.
I went on a tour on a Sunday in January. I had lived in the area for 30 years but never visited the caves.
Wish I’d gone sooner as it was very informative and fun.
I had no idea the caves covered such an expanse...More
Having no idea what to expect I can't say this exceeded expectations but, goodness me, what a fantastic couple of hours! My 13 and 7 year old are already demanding to return on our next trip to England and we all greatly enjoyed the tour....More
This place has the potential to be fantastic, but i think the tour guide we had was just bored or tired. Such a shame as it a cracking place . So much fantastic potential , but we were rushed , missed out seeing some nooks...More
My wife and I recently visited the caves on our trip to England. We both enjoy history,and appreciate neat places like this.Our guide was Paul. He was friendly, conversational, and knowledgeable about the history of the caves. His descriptions of the living situation during the...More
I've been twice now and both times the experience was amazing. Not only do the caves have a fascinating history, the staff also manage to engage you throughout the whole tour and really bring the caves to life. The tour is a good length of...More
I took two Australian friends to the caves. My previous visit was to attend a Young Conservatives disco in the mid 70s! I grew up in Chislehurst and had also been as a child. My wife has also taken our children when they were small....More
I didn't realise how good this place was until I visited a cave in Malta. What an experience! Made better by a super guide whose enthusiasm for history (if you can call the 2nd World War history) made me want to find out more. There's...More
We visited the caves after reading up on them online. It’s reasonably priced, and quite informative if you like history. You get given a lamp to take round as it gets dark at points, and at one point you can take all the lamps away...More