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Crags Rd, Worksop

Cave Tour and Exhibition Entry for Child, Adult or Family of Four at Creswell Crags

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Visitors can experience a cave adventure, learning more about the largest collection of protective ‘Witch Marks’ in the UK

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1 ratings1 reviews
March 25, 2020
Was a great experience and was very knowledgeable would highly recommend
55 ratings28 reviews
March 18, 2020
Our grandson loved the caves & asked our Spanish guide (can’t remember her name) lots of questions.She was excellent at telling us all the fascinating history & to be honest we didn’t know good a place we had on our doorstep.Thankyou we will most likely visit again
6 ratings6 reviews
March 7, 2020
Great day out, loved the cave tour very informative will go back again
33 ratings20 reviews
February 9, 2020
great guide, and the centre is interesting.
1 ratings1 reviews
February 5, 2020
The guy who took us on the cave tour was very knowledgeable, grandkids loved it looking for the 'Witches marks'.
2 ratings2 reviews
January 29, 2020
Creswell Crags is a relatively unknown historic site that is as important as Stonehenge. It's one of the earliest sites of human habitation and should be on everyone's bucket list. You can either drive and park next to the visitor centre (which is free to look around with your ticket), which has excellent facilities including a café and toilets. Or you can catch the train to Creswell and it's a short 15 minute walk to the Crags (easy to find). Creswell is on the Robin Hood line which runs from Nottingham to Worksop. The gorge itself is stunning. On either side are a number of caves. It's so peaceful and beautiful there. There's plenty of room for kids to run around and a great playground for them. The tour around the caves is really interesting - you get to wear a miner's hat and go into one or other of the caves (depending on the tour you take). The guide is really knowledgeable and takes his time to make sure you have a great time. The tour itself lasted over an hour. I would suggest to go when the weather is good and picnic there - make sure to spend a little money because the place deserves to be protected and every penny goes back into protecting our heritage here and making it better for future visitors. Great day out both for adults and families. Adults can also combine it with the nearby Welbeck Abbey where there is an art gallery and brewery. Or for families and couples you could combine it with a trip to either Clumber Park, Sherwood Forest or Rufford. Wear flat shoes (preferably walking shoes) and comfortable clothes and it's one of the components of a fantastic day out. You can also combine it with a stay overnight at the Best Western in Worksop (which often has offers on Groupon) or one of the other local hotels as there is so much to see and do. Heartily recommend it. Look out for their website as they often have special events on.
12 ratings11 reviews
January 23, 2020
You need some sturdy shoes.

What You'll Get

  • What’s included: Witch Marks tours, running 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • The exhibition showcases some of the items unearthed at Creswell Crags, from stone tools to a hippo’s jaw
  • Cave tours available include: Witch Mark
  • Child ticket valid for those aged 5–16 years
  • Children under 5 are not permitted in the caves
  • Learn more about the tours

The Fine Print

Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per person or family of 2 adults and 2 children, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required at least 72 hours in advance. Check availability here and book here. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 48-hour cancellation policy. Valid on option purchased only.

About Creswell Crags

Creswell Crags is a registered charity devoted to the conservation of the natural wonders of the local area, from ice age caves to wildlife. They organise a range of cave tours and welcome visitors to an exhibition where various items unearthed at Creswell Crags are on display. Little ones can also enjoy a survival adventure and earn the badge, or celebrate their birthday with a bespoke party. At the on-site cafe, locally-sourced products are used to whip up light bites and sweet treats that can be enjoyed on an open terrace overlooking the tree canopy and lush natural landscape.

Creswell Crags

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