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Unusual, interesting and fun.

The Caves were dug out to provide chalk for road building. They became the meeting place for an... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gary C
Oldbury, United Kingdom
Take a cardy!

We had booked for 11-12 on what turned out to be an extremely hot Sunday in July. The staff didn't... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
St Albans, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We visited the Hellfire Caves for a paranormal investigation. It is a very interesting place to visit with a great history behind it. Would recommend to history buffs and ghost hunters alike!

Thank kirstybianco84
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Went here with our two girls, really interesting place, lots of bits to read in the caves about the history of it, very cool on a hot day so was a perfect place to stop for a bit, could have stayed all day as plenty...More

Thank Ralphybum
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I didn’t enjoy hell caves it wasn’t for me I hated it I hate being in it was cold I just don’t like being in the dark

Thank Sattikaurbhatti1977
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Caves were dug out to provide chalk for road building. They became the meeting place for an Infamous "Hell Fire Club". It was a very interesting experience. The attraction has been well thought out with moody lighting, information panels and figures to illustrate the...More

Thank Gary C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had booked for 11-12 on what turned out to be an extremely hot Sunday in July. The staff didn't open the door until a couple of minutes before 11, so there were lots of couples and families milling about outside for the first session...More

Thank Wildflower26
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Its quite a interesting place. It seemed a little expensive to me. There is a cafe there and tables outside.

Thank Sarah M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The caves are very nice, but at £7.50 for adults and £6 for children it’s just far far too expensive! It’s literally a half an hour of walking down into the hill, with some information boards and dressed up mannequins. Its too much money. £3...More

Thank conn88hagmann
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited Hellfire Caves this week, it had a lot of interesting history around it so we were keen to experience for ourselves. There is a lot of parking in a separate car park and we later noticed there was also parking right outside, all...More

1  Thank Raino242
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We came with a group as part of a Midsomer Murders tour and enjoyed the caves. The informational plaques are interesting and really help to put the caves and the activities that went in there in perspective. As Americans, we were especially interested in Benjamin...More

Thank StigJim
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Went here not knowing what to expect...greeted by a dramatic front entrance. National trust members get a small discount. Once inside the information boards give fascinating information about the goings on of the Hell Fire Club members (times haven't really changed much!!) although one or...More

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Richard Butler B
30 March 2018|
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Response from MartaBashir22 |
The best option is to check times and prices, including access, all in their official website (in case they change anything). Also if you do go don't forget to visit the church and old mystery looking graveyard/memorial that... More
Charlie C
3 November 2017|
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Response from hunkl | Reviewed this property |
As previous person replies yes would be a problem with a pushchair as some of the passageways are quite narrow and poorly lit, and the ground is uneven in places
Sheila J
13 March 2017|
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Response from David K | Reviewed this property |
There is a bus from High Wycombe station which will take you to West Wycombe and you can alight there and easily walk to the cave. Times and fare can be checked on line.