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Even though it was a fairly far distance from where we were staying, Im so happy we visited!
This place is just fasinating and has so much interesting history!
Our guide was on her very first tour and did great! She was really helpful in...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our 45 minute tour guided by Ben, who was happy to answer our questions and tell us more information about the caves and the parts there isn't time to see on the tour! Word of warning, the caves were chilling despite the...More
We took a group of 9 year old girls around the caves for a birthday party and they all loved it. Scary for them but not too scary and just the right blend of facts and fun.
Our tour guide Jeff was great and coped...More
Out with the family and was looking for something different to do, I suggested a surprise which was greeted with sounds like a plan.
Anyway got to the caves to find ample parking and 40 minutes to kill before the next tour.
Great little café...More
Fabulous tour but there was a reference made to it being a "bit dark in places". Nothing prepared this claustrophobe for virtually all of the tour being by paraffin lamp and at one point in complete blackout.
Group of four retired persons, we all had a thoroughly interesting and fun tour of these fascinating caves & history. We went mid week so expected all older people, this was not the case, had a good cross section of ages in our group. We...More
On arrival at the caves, we found ample parking, purchased tickets on arrival. Facilities in waiting area included a cafe , toilets and gift shop. A guide accompanied us in a group through the caves. Everyone is offered a lamp to carry as it is...More
This is an extensive network of man-made caves, dating back to Druid times 4000 years ago, which were used during the Second World War to shelter thousands of civilians from The Blitz. The tour guide, Geoff, was fantastic, bringing the rich history of the caves...More
Until recently, I had never heard of Chislehurst caves ( good old Google!)
There is plenty of free parking. The cost of the tours is low. The actual tours and the staff are excellent. What's not to like?
Our guide was Dan and he was...More