Carnglaze Caverns

Carnglaze Caverns

Carnglaze Caverns - Credit: Archant

Carnglaze Caverns ~ A great place to visit whatever the weather

There are three caverns of cathedral proportions, hand created by local slate miners. During your tour you will go about 150m into the hillside and 60m below ground, via a flight of 60 steps. In the lower chambers you will find the subterranean lake with its crystal clear blue/green water.

 

Self-guided tours are available for much of the year but in high seasons guided tours may be in operation as there is a limit on numbers allowed in the lower Caverns at one time.

 

The Caverns at Carnglaze are set within an ancient Oak Woodland with a Woodland Walk & Enchanted Dell where there is a magical collection of limited edition bronze faeries, mushrooms & dragons. Walk through the Terraced Garden to see Shanhara and her faery friends, where seasonal streams and a waterfall add to the enchantment. Then follow the woodland path to a panoramic view of St Neot village before looping back to the main site: a round walk of approx. 25 mins.

 

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The Caverns are at a constant 10°C (very refreshing on a hot summer’s day), so a jumper and sensible footwear are recommended.

 

Coach Parties & Group Tours are welcome by prior arrangement, including evenings, throughout the year. Groups of 20 or more, paying as one, attract a 10% discount.

 

Dogs on leads with careful owners are welcome at all times in all outdoor areas (assistance dogs only underground).

 

Open All Year Monday ~ Saturday 10am~5pm (8pm Aug)

Entry Prices

Adults £6; Children 3 to 15 £4; Concessions £4; Family Saver Ticket £17.50 (2 Adults+2 Children)

 

Carnglaze Caverns, St Neot, Liskeard, PL14 6HQ

www.carnglaze.com

Phone: 01579 320251

info@carnglaze.com

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