please note: We are having new toilets installed at Treak Cliff Cavern
from Monday 20th February 2017. Estimated 4 weeks to completion.
During this time there may be limited / no access to toilet facilities.
We therefore advise that you use the Castleton Visitor Centre toilets before / after your visit
if you have, or plan a school visit to Treak Cliff Cavern during this period.
apologies for any inconvenience.
Treak Cliff Cavern is an excellent educational resource currently used by hundreds of teachers to deliver many aspects of the geography curriculum, across all Key Stages. We are centrally located within the Peak District National Park at Castleton, Derbyshire, easy to get to and easy to find.
We have some of the finest stalactites and stalagmites in the Peak District with wonderful water worn chambers, ideal for studying the water cycle, limestone and other materials, etc.
Our deposits of Blue John Stone are unrivalled, combined with many other minerals and fossils that children can see and touch. Our rural location also offers opportunities to study contrasting landscapes at the same time.
We have undercover and outdoor picnic facilities, and a souvenir shop.
We are open all year round, and can tailor your guided tour to meet specific educational requirements.
Teachers can visit the cavern free of charge and meet with the Cavern Manager prior to their school visit for planning purposes.
Use our Price List below to find the price for your visit to Treak Cliff Cavern.
If you have a date in mind, please telephone us on 01433 621 487
You can also download pdf Risk Assessment, & Public and company Liability forms for Treak Cliff Cavern.
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