Stump Cross Caverns - Best Price Tickets

Stump Cross Caverns - Best Price Tickets

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Save on family tickets when you visit Stump Cross Caverns on one of the best days out in the Yorkshire Dales today

If you're looking for unique things to do in Yorkshire, it doesn't get much better than a visit to Stump Cross Caverns, located near Harrogate in the Yorkshire Dales. 

Get your tickets today for one of the best North Yorkshire places to visit and get them sent to you instantly via email and SMS.

You can even save on entry when you save with Family tickets for just £45. Use the Stump Cross Caverns discount code 'DAYSOUT' to save even more on your Harrogate visit!

Welcome to Stump Cross Caverns, one of the best family days out in Yorkshire!

Explore the wonders beneath the earth at Stump Cross Caverns, a subterranean wonderland in the Yorkshire Dales. Delve into the depths of the Earth and witness mesmerising limestone caves that have taken shape over millions of years.

Wander through underground passages in one of the most quirky things to do in Harrogate as you encounter stunning stalactites and stalagmites, creating an otherworldly appearance. Explore the many twists and turns as you uncover mysteries of the past as you descend deeper into the caverns. 

A Yorkshire family day out, visitors of all ages will love exploring the many secrets of the caverns. There's plenty of things to do for kids in Stump Cross Caverns too, with visitors under 13 receiving a free activity worksheet, as well as being able to visit the underground cinema, complete a fun fossil quiz and spot fairy doors along a secret fairy trail! 

So if you're looking for things to do in the Yorkshire Dales, visit Stump Cross Caverns and enjoy unforgettable days out for the family in Harrogate! 

Cave Admission Tickets - Stump Cross Caverns

Discover the secrets of an underground world when you get your tickets to Stump Cross Caverns in the Yorkshire Dales today

Available to 5 January 2025
Stump Cross Caverns,
Greenhow Hill,
Pateley Bridge,
Yorkshire,
GB
HG35JL

How to find us

You can find Stump Cross Caverns via Sat-Nav through the address: Greenhow Hill, Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire, HG3 5JL

February 2024 - 21st December 2024

Stump Cross Caverns Opening Times
Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Monday - Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Friday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Toilets
  • Café

Stump Cross is a natural cavern system. While it has been made as easy as possible to get around, some parts are a little tricky to traverse. Keep an eye out for low ceilings, narrow passageways and a few areas with uneven flooring.

That said, there are designated walkways to follow and the caves are well-lit throughout. If you're looking for an unusual day out in Yorkshire and you don't mind a spot of adventure, you'll love every second.

The cavern is naturally narrow and low in areas. There are no lifts and the ground is uneven at times. You should only take the tour if you're confident with tricky terrain.

Wheelchairs, pushchairs and baby back carriers are not permitted in the caverns. 

The caves are a constant 7°C all year round. Please bring warm clothing for your visit. 

Wear warm clothes or you'll get cold. On days where there has been a lot of rain or snow, wellies or waterproof boots are essential.

Hard hats are mandatory for adults and children. These are provided by Stump Cross Caverns.

Only front carriers for infants are allowed. Rucksacks are also forbidden.

Your visit to Stump Cross Caverns is self-guided, so you can explore at your leisure and take all the time you need.

Dogs are allowed in the visitors' centre, including the gift shop and Time Café. No dogs are allowed in the caverns, except for guide dogs.

Allow around 40 to 50 minutes for your Stump Cross Caverns self-guided tour. There are plenty more things to do in the visitor centre. 

There is Stump Cross Caverns camping spots for motorhomes on site.

Stump Cross Caverns has been owned by Lisa Bowerman and Nicholas Markham since 2003.

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