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Hell Fire Caves, West Wycombe

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web
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  • Hellfire Club, Hellfire Caves, The Dashwood Mausoleum all here, plenty of American History about Benjamin Franklin, well worth a visit. 
  • I had been wanting to visit this location for years and I was not disappointed, I initially booked onto their Double Dare events, this consists of a walk through of the caves by candle light lead by a...  read more »
  • Great trip to the caves thanks to the Groupon offer I found online for 2 for £7.50. I was pleasantly surprised how quick and easy it was when arriving at the caves to exchange the voucher and receive ...  read more »
  • One of many idiosyncrasies in our wonderful Britain, Hell Fire Caves was everything I expected. Damp, dark, spooky - what was that that touched my shoulder? The crunch of gravel underfoot as you make your through the tunnels, the steady drip, drip of water echoing slightly in the surprisingly cavernous space of the Banqueting Hall, all add to the atmosphere that draws you in as you come accross the tableus in each cave. I felt it was an hour or so well spent.The staff nice,both friendly and helpful .Good food in the cafe.What more could you want. The only warning I would offer is to watch your head! Whilst watching where you put your feet, you don't realise how steep the tunnels are until you come back to the start, so be wary of low bits as you go round.
  • An amazing find, well worth the money and suitable for most ages. But a tip would be wear a jumper or jacket as it can can cool down below! Oh and keep an eye out for the ghost!
  • A great place to visit for those interested in the local area. The caves are very interesting and go quite far below ground. The kids were a little scared by the darkness, but ultimately enjoyed exploring the depths with mummy and daddy 😃 The river at the bottom of the caves was a particularly impressive sight.
  • Over priced, no tore guide, no atmosphere, short and general run of the mill chalk lined cave. If you want to go to good caves go to Chislehurst caves, loads of history, great guides, massive, spooky, lanterns and cheaper
  • Very interesting cold drips from above and goulish, loved it , interesting church above and historic building ,great scenery
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