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We had a 45 min tour around the caves with an excellent tour guide. Very informative. We have two boys 9 & 7 who loved their trip too.
A little pricy I thought for a family ticket but ours was a gift but I wouldn’t...More
Caves themselves are not particularly impressive but Tour Guide (Andy) brings them to life in an engaging and numerous way. Andy made us glad that we had made the decision to do the tour. Bizarre entrance to the cave via a deserted shopping centre.
Ignore the fact that the entrance to the caves is in a shopping mall, and that looks rather shabby from the entrance. Once you start the tour, and enter the caves, there is much to learn and it is rather fascinating how the caves ended...More
I visited the caves this week (Feb 1, 2019) and was the only person there. Admission included the use of a hand-held information device and you can adjust the volume settings. The cost of my admission was reduced as I had an Arts card and...More
We were lucky to have a very good tour guide, she knew what she was talking about. The tour gave a nice impression of the history of Nottingham with the caves as the red line through the story. Bit of geology, some Robin Hood, some...More
Loved taking a climpse into the sandstone caves under part of Nottingham. Apparently there is a whole honeycomb labyrinth, which would be lovely to see too.
The Audio handset, not sure if it was just mine, was a little temperatmental, but I guess lots of...More
Remember to listen to the audio guide or join a guided tour! If you don't listen to the explanations, then you'll find it confusing and boring. Not many caves are shown here, but the audio guide provides you with interesting information, so it takes at...More
Really enjoyed coming round here today, the tour guide (Andy) was friendly and informative, my daughter whose 7 enjoyed walking through the caves as did my son whose 16. This attraction is accessed in the shopping centre which made it feel more unusual. The tour...More
Response from JusticeMuseum | Property representative |
Hi there - we don’t have an age restriction on our cave tours and strive to make it interesting and entertaining for all ages. If you visit during the school holiday the tour becomes an interactive character tour where you... More
Hi there - we don’t have an age restriction on our cave tours and strive to make it interesting and entertaining for all ages. If you visit during the school holiday the tour becomes an interactive character tour where you will meet 3 different people from the caves' history.
Unfortunately, there is no pushchair access so parents would need to carry babes in arm. Hope that helps!
No idea - there weren't any when we were there, but email the caves direct to be sure.
Hope you enjoy the trip. (also the oldest pub in the UK - 12th century - it's nearby - Ye olde Trip to Jerusalem - good one to tick off)