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Hell Fire Caves, West Wycombe

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  • Quite interesting, we went on a nice sunny day, would be very gloomy if wet and cold out. Nice entrance but could do with some of the lighting being fixed as you go deeper in, occasional information b...  more »
  • A series of linked chalk caves with the occasional information boards and groups of mannequins in period dress,but kept behind heavy grilled bars, telling the history of the caves and the local land o...  more »
  • I visited with my son & daughter,aged 8 & 6. We went during the summer holidays. This seemed a good value destination for the three of us for something to do. It wasn't busy & I found it quite interes...  more »
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  • This is a great place to go explore it isn't just the caves it is the complete hill. The mausoleum and church on top the hill are part of the family history. And it is still owned by original family. The also have so many other things going on there like a vintage cinema in the middle cavern. And ghost evenings
  • Nice for the children to explore the tunnels. Lots of "Booing" and making each other jump.they have toilets, a cafe and a small car park around 6 spaces with 1 disabled space. There is a larger car park down by the old garden centre a very short walk
  • Cool caves.. they are surprisingly long tunnels/caves with an interesting history. Cheap visit with children hills and monument above.nice walks.
  • Mind numbingly tedious. Accident waiting to happen. Disinterested, discourteous member of staff. A waste of time and money. This is a shame as the West Wycombe Estate is breathtakingly beautiful and this poorly managed tourist 'attraction' detracts from an otherwise picture perfect setting.
  • Got in with a Groupon for £10. The kids loved playing tag in the cave. Great views from the top and a wonderful place to have a picnic.