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Hell Fire Caves, West Wycombe
(3.6/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Easy to get to and easy to park (free). This is worth a visit if you have an hour or so to kill. Pretty informative and kids would especially enjoy it. Entrance fee is ok and a little cafĂ© in the gard...  more »
  • I got tickets cheap for this so for what I paid it wasn't too bad but I wouldn't say it was worth the usual asking price. It's quite small doesn't take a lot of time to do the whole cave, I've been to...  more »
  • Easy free parking in garden centre opposite & short walk to caves, set in beautiful countryside. Unfortunately it was cold & wet so we only went to the caves but on a nice day it would be lovely to ex...  more »
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  • Terrific place. Lovely little town. Great pubs. Old graveyard and church at top of hill. Hellfire Caves an experience. Beautiful views. Untouched and unspoilt. Well worth a visit.
  • Interesting place to visit. It takes time read all the information during the walk in the caves but everything is interesting.
  • 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!
  • Spooky and great fun especially around Halloween time. They have people dressed up in ghoulish creepy clothes that hide in the shadows.
  • 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.