The car park is free, then a 3 minute walks takes you to the entrance.
Family ticket £20 but we had a couple free entry vouchers so saved a bit on that.
The place was built over 200 years ago and was renovated in the 90s. It was having a bit of further refurbishment when we went which meant a warning before we set off that some of the direction signs may be missing. It was still fairly easy to find your way around although a couple of the paths were different to that shown on the map!
Overall we had a really great time. They advise it takes 3 hours to do the full route - well it took us 3 1/2 hours and we weren't going particularly slowly! To see everything there is a lot of walking (including a couple of quite steep climbs) but it is well worth it for the scenery and the views. The main tunnels do have lights but the smaller ones don't so it is advisable if not essential to take a torch. Sensible shoes are a must and good weather would definitely be helpful!
There is a giftshop at the entrance and a cafe just behind but we didn't use it.
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