I visited King Arthur's Labyrinth for the second time this year and it was just as good as the first time 2 years ago. This time I had my children with me and one of their friends (girls aged 11-15). After finding a helmet and watching the information and safety video, it's a moment's walk to the entrance to the caves. Around 12 of us boarded a boat that floats on an underground river and takes you deep under the mountain and through a waterfall. There is an audio accompaniment to the journey, a story that weaves fact and fiction. After leaving the boat your hooded guide takes you through a myriad of caverns that light up with wax figures as the story continues about the legend of King Arthur. Some of the caves are huge and pretty impressive (all ex slate mining caves). Once the story is over you are guided back to the boat and back out through the caverns. I thoroughly recommend this to anyone, whether with children or not as it's very entertaining something very different.
On the site there is also a good cafe, pottery painting, a toy shop, wood carving and a few other craft shops too.
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