Cheddar Gorge & Caves
Visit Cheddar Gorge & Caves, 25 miles south west of Bath, to discover one of Britain’s most spectacular natural landmarks.
Marvel at Britain’s highest inland limestone cliffs, and explore the stunning stalactite show caves below. Learn more about our prehistoric ancestors, take a stroll along the clifftop or scale the rockface for a more extreme adventure. Whether you’re interested in nature, history or geology, or simply want to see breathtaking views, you’ll find plenty to do at Cheddar Gorge & Caves.
Explore the depths of Gough’s Cave with audio guides telling its fascinating history, find out about archaeological discoveries at the Museum of Prehistory, check out the area's range of rare plants and wildlife, or take part in activities such as abseiling or climbing.
Adult : £19.95 per ticket
Child : £14.95 per ticket
Under five : Free
- Hearing Loop Available
- Braille information available
- Guide dogs welcome
- On site parking
- Changing Facilities
- Audio guides
- Hen and stag parties permitted
- All groups welcome
- Family friendly
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Most Recent Traveller Reviews
17 Aug 2019: The Gorge is amazing but the entrance to it from the village is wholly disappointing, it was like walking into a seaside resort. My advice would be to use the path behind the lakes, if you want to...
15 Aug 2019: We saved the caves and gorge for a rainy day and we weren’t disappointed. Lots of different activities to do with the full ticket and took us a good couple of hours to do it all. I would say the...
15 Aug 2019: Cheddar is a sleepy little village in Somerset, UK which lies at the foothills of Mendip Hills and is home for the famous cheddar cheese.
Gough’s cave is the most popular attraction here. It is a...