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We bought the joint ticket with Speedwell cavern for a reasonable £19 each. The tour was decent and the guide very knowledgable. Some fantastic views and must do along with speedwell cavern whilst in Castleton, need about 2 - 2.5 hours to do both
Always been keen, and have visited many around the UK/world...BUT
Encouraged to buy a double pass to include another system with "boat ride" at another site.
This venue, very low bending required, with no safety hats, hard work for the shorty's, don't know how tall...More
Great guide who really knew his stuff about the history of the caves. Fascinating demonstration of how rope used to be made by the people who lived in the caves.
The cave is accessible to most having fairly even ground and only a few steps....More
A great cavern. Walk in only very few steps as it's a straight walk in and have to bend your head in a few places. They still make ropes in the cave and there's a demo when you go in they also have concerts in...More
Great day in Castleton today on the boat at Speedwell and at the Caves at Peak. Guides very informative and entertiaining and the history of the place including rope making demonstration interesting - definitely worth a visit in my opinion if you are in the...More
I liked my trip to Peak Carven. I found it quite informative learning about how mining used to be done in this little village. It's great to see that the history of the yester years is preserved. This not your usual historical site, I liked...More
I spontaneously decided to book a trip to the Peak District with my partner and I. We decided to visit a couple of the caverns with this being the second (and probably the best) one we visited. Staff were super friendly, our tour guide was...More
One alights from a bus in the bus terminus at Castleton. There are no signposts to say where or whether there is a Tourist Information office. Having asked in a "Blue John stone" shop, I finally locate the information office about 0.25 miles from the...More