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Crag Cave Showcave. Ireland's Most Exiting ShowcaveCrazy Cave Indoor and Outdoor Playcentre.Kingdom Falconry Birds of Prey Flying Displays.Extensive gift centre.The Garden Cafe provides top quality home cooked foods from our award winning...more
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Visited last week with our kids (aged 11 and 9). We arrived later in the day, so were the only ones on the tour. Our tour guide was friendly and informative, giving us plenty of time to ask questions and take photos.
We always make...More
Overpriced TBH for such a short visit. After the tour I was delighted to see an outdoor playground with a climbing frame so my kids could vent some steam off but this was padlocked shut so another 9 Euros was looked for to get into...More
We stopped here between Dingle and Bunratty for a little break. We've seen some amazing caves so this wasn't overly impressive, but if you don't have a lot of cave experience then this is really cool. The walkway and lighting are well done, and the...More
Kids 9/5. Would have been better off leaving 5 yr old upstairs he got nothing from it. The 9 yr old was perfect age but to be honest the price for the quick and short journey through the cave wasn’t worth it. 35 for family...More
We have tried to visit the caves over the past few years on your trip down from the North of ireland. This year the children were old enough to actually enjoy it.
The caves are fantastic the food was delicious and the play area on...More
If you are interested in the science of caves then avoid this tour. Overpriced for a short tour which invoices mythical stories told as fact and formations attributed to the 'virgin' Mary and baby Jesus. It was like an episode of father Ted and not...More
I only say “new cave” cause there is so much of it that is yet to still be explored. The parts that is accessible is easy to do for old and young and a big enough area to satisfy your curiosity. With different types of...More
Three families , total of 17. Done the cave tour with our guide Trevor O Gorman. Lovely 19year old lad 🤣. Yes we tortured him with questions! He’s a natural at his job, great sense of humour and polite and great with the children! They...More
Staff are very nice and friendly. Probably a bit over priced for what you get. Its worth a visit if you're passing or its raining outside. The tour is only 30 mins so you wont be there long.
The coffee shop is nice.