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Stump Cross Caverns, Pateley Bridge

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  • We took the children for their first underground experience to the Caverns. It is a little expensive for a family activity that lasts less then an hour but actually worth the experience to see some of...  more »
  • Great service from the gentleman on reception who was concerned that we might find it chilly in the caves before starting took his time showing us the map and advised no time limit to have a look arou...  more »
  • Visited on a Sunday afternoon. Lovely shop and cafe. Felt a little disappointed wasn't as spectacular as I was expecting. Definately need to wear the safety helmet as you will bang your head. Lots of ...  more »
  • I first visited Stump Cross Caverns in the early 1970s. There was a crude tin dry toilet and a tatty old wooden shed to gain entry. Things have certainly changed for the better. There is now a wonderful reception center offering a huge selection of gifts to buy and a lovely cafĂ© offering a good selection of food and drink. The caverns have reasonably level walkways with spectacular formations from start to finish. It takes about 30 mins to walk around but you can take as much time as you want as there is no guided tours hurrying you along. Well worth a visit.
  • A fabulous experience. A place steeped in history and one of the settings for my novel I'm working on. A great cave experience and a fabulous cafe!
  • Great cave to explore on your own. Which is great when have small kids which want to explore at their pace. Only criticism was finding a helmet for a 3 and half year old as all the helmets are white so have to do a bit of digging to find the right size. Different coloured helmets for children's helmets would be great.
  • We called in today after always promising we would and weren't disappointed- we were served our cake (homemade and delicious) and coffee (piping hot) by some of the friendliest staff you could wish to meet. The underground adventure was also a treat and very educational. Certainly a place to visit - even on the warmest and sunniest day we have had for a long time!
  • A port in a storm for hungry cyclists and a proper bike rack with locks. They take contactless as well...