If you are driving through Banwell you only have to blink and you miss it! I'd vaguely heard that this tiny village has its own caves but got to see them for myself on Sunday during their Open Weekend.
The bone cave is filled with bones, thankfully of an animal origin, which were washed in after the Ice Age. They blend into the rockface and aren't at all creepy. Visitors ranged in age from around five to eighty and were all equally interested.
The tower has steep stairs but is worth the modest climb for the incredible view. Dogs aren't allowed in the tower but the helpful guide looked after a beautiful young Labrador whilst his owner made the climb.
There's also a little house made out of pebbles and a seat carved into the rock. A great way to get some fresh air and exercise!
The Open Weekends are free (donation only) but I think they charge for parties who book independently. I'd happily have paid a tenner or so to keep these historic places maintained.
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