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Caves & Architectures

 

Caves & Architectures In Bath

There’s plenty for families to enjoy too, such as exploring the caves at Wookey Hole, visiting the Cheddar gorge, going on a journey through the gorge to experience Cox’s Cave; enjoying this beautiful sanctuary with its colorful calcite sculptures and dancing fountains. Wondering at the incredible mirror pools;

Visit Britain’s biggest gorge, take in the dramatic cliffs rising up 450ft and explore the stunning stalactite caverns below. Created by Ice age melt-waters over millions of years, this world famous beauty spot is not only a National Nature Reserve but also a famous site of prehistoric discoveries.

There are seven great attractions to discover, including the spectacular Gough’s Cave. Explore the hidden chambers and meet Cheddar Man who once lived here. Duck into secret caves, see the ancient elders’ meeting chamber and gasp at the incredible vistas created by stalagmites and stalactites.

You’ll be astounded by the soaring chambers of St Paul’s Cathedral and the towering spires of Solomon’s Temple. Audio guides bring the cave to life (there’s a special version for kids) telling the fascinating story of its Ice Age creation, Stone Age occupation and Victorian exploration.

Dyrham Park

Explore 270 acres (110 hectares) of ancient parkland, where a historic herd of fallow deer roams freely and magnificent trees and breathtaking views abound. Young explorers can run free in the Old Lodge picnic and play area, take part in a nature trail and tick off challenges on their 50 things list, including pond-dipping and bug-hunting.
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Cheddar Gorge

Explore Britain's biggest gorge from the dramatic cliffs rising 450ft to the stunning stalactite caverns. This world-famous site is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, reveals many fascinating stories of our prehistoric ancestors, and is an
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Parade Gardens

These delightful 1 hectare (2 and half acre) gardens are Bath's most centrally situated pleasure grounds. Overlooking the River Avon they give fine views of Pulteney Bridge and the weir; a popular choice for Weddings and other Ceremonial Photographs.
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Prior Parkk

One of only four Palladian bridges of this design in the world can be crossed at Prior Park, which was created in the 18th century by local entrepreneur Ralph Allen, with advice from 'Capability' Brown and the poet Alexander Pope. The garden is set in a sweeping valley where visitors can enjoy magnificent views of Bath
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Wookey Hole Caves & Attractions

The South of England, is a land of mysteries. Here at Wookey Hole, where a river flows out of the underworld, pagan and Christian legends intermingle. Explore Wookey Hole Caves here
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