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We booked the party package for my daughter’s 9th birthday. It was truly amazing. The children were greeted by the actors dressed as witches and wizards and they were taken through the caves to take part in broomstick races, spell making and potion class. The...More
So as Caves go it’s pretty basic, more like one cave and some long tunnels. However for a local attraction and when you start to understand the history it’s pretty interesting and cool how they’ve set it up. West Wycombe is a great little village...More
The Hell-fire Caves are an attraction that whilst probably not the most riveting for little ones, it has some interesting information about the caves and local area. This is the second time we have visited, this time with visiting family. It was nice to see...More
So have heard a lot about hell fire caves over the years and always wondered what it was like. So this weekend, one of the only weekends I’m off for both days we thought we would visit, me, my husband, my daughter and her boyfriend....More
It was an interesting and unusual experience and I'm glad we stopped by it but I would have been annoyed if we had planned a day out specifically for the caves. We were in and out within 30 minutes. Not much to do there and...More
Visited with my husband on one of the recent Fright Nights and we were thoroughly entertained! Quite expensive but in theory you could spend as long as you want in the caves. The scarers are very good and really can be quite creepy. Food and...More
These man made 19 century caves are worth a look quite are quite large with lot of tunnels at odd angles with a few information board on the attraction and some spooky model in alcoves in enjoyable but somehow I feel it could be made...More
Not worth going to one of the Halloween nights for £10. I imagine very similar to an ordinary tour, except this was with people jumping out at you, and you can’t learn what the place is really about.
Nice staff and suitable maybe if you...More
Interesting place, surprised by the length of the caves, originally used for extracting chalk for the building of roads. The week of our visit was the run up to Halloween, so you can imagine all the excited children about. Be aware though mind your head...More
Took my 8yo daughter to the caves yesterday for Halloween witches workshop, she told me it was really great making potions, werewolves banishing & broomstick racing.
The only negative was it was a little unorganised as the kids weren’t called forward when it was time...More
The best option is to check times and prices, including access, all in their official website (in case they change anything). Also if you do go don't forget to visit the church and old mystery looking graveyard/memorial that... More
The best option is to check times and prices, including access, all in their official website (in case they change anything). Also if you do go don't forget to visit the church and old mystery looking graveyard/memorial that was built on the top of the hill, right above the caves, and enjoy the views (;
Have a good one!