White Scar Cave

White Scar Cave

Overview

White Scar Cave, Britain’s longest show cave, enjoys a magnificent setting in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Visit the show cave and experience the natural wonders of the subterranean world without having to dress in special gear and lug equipment around. Paths and lights let you walk past cascading waterfalls, and between massive banks of flowstone, to the enormous ice-age cavern with its thousands of stalactites.

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What makes it special

  • The longest cave tour in Britain

November 5th to January 31st
Saturdays and Sundays from 10am

February 1st to November 4th
Every day from 10am

First tour at 10:20am
Last tour at 4pm

Price

£10.75   Adult (age 16 or older)
£6.95     Child (free under 3)
£29.50   Family (2 adults + 2 children)

Hostels nearby

YHA Malham Exterior

YHA Malham

Free wi-fi
En suite rooms available
Parking

White Scar Cave

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Map references

OS Grid Ref: SD 71255 74528

Lat/Lng: 54.165744, -2.4417655

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