Wookey Hole Caves
Britain’s most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey. Visit her in her cave. Don't miss the prehistoric Ice Age valley, Wookey Hole Circus and new cave museum. Watch the circus show and enjoy the nostalgia of the old style penny arcade. There's plenty to entertain tourists here, including a museum, handmade paper mill, children's' attractions and the Victorian penny arcade.
Visit the Wookey Hole website
What makes it special
- Amongst the most impressive show caves in Europe
- Circus show and 4D cinema
- Onsite giftshop
Wookey Hole is open every day (except for winter closing see below)
Summertime: (Apr-Oct Inc): 10am (first tour) – 5pm (Last Cave Tour)
Wintertime: (Nov-Mar Inc): 10am (first tour) – 4pm (Last Cave Tour)
Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Only open weekends and school holidays during December and January.
Only open weekends at the beginning of February until the Feb Half Term (Somerset dates). Open daily from the 16th of Feb 2019
Adult from £16.15
Seniors 60+ from £14.45
Child (3-14yrs Inc) from £12.75
Infants (Under 3yrs) FREE
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