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Mother Shipton’s Cave is England’s oldest visitor attraction, having been open since 1630. Millions of visitors from all over the world have been enchanted by the park's natural beauty, mesmerised by the Petrifying Well and enthralled by Mother...more
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| High Bridge, Prophecy Lodge, Knaresborough HG5 8DD, England
All reviews walk along the river teddy bears robin hood nice walk guide book small museum gift shop play area worth a visit beautiful scenery car parking interesting place to visit family ticket interesting history couple of hours sunny day tea room
Just been to see santa with my 9 and 11 year old. It was amazing. They have put so much effort into the whole experience. The elves around the place were really engaging with adults and kids. And because you have a time to visit...More
Can’t recommend this enough! Super festive and a really magical feel. The staff were wonderful, so helpful and friendly. We’ll definitely be back next year. So much effort was put in making it feel very special.
I have visited Mother Shiptons several times this year especially as i find there is becoming more reasons to visit besides the well and cave.
On this occasion we decided to take my two young girls to see Santa there (booking is required in advance)....More
I was last here 45 years, it seemed a lot further to walk then. Still a mythical walk and story but a lot more expensive... a nice park area and playground for the kids and lovely views of the town, river and bridge.
Interesting well told story with boards and audio. Small museum and shop.
Entrance fee £7 for adults plus £2 to park all day.
From there you can easily walk to the castle £3.50 each, another museum £3.50, Bebra gardens and enjoy the riverside walk and...More
We pulled into the entrance Paid and parked up
Curious as to what we would discover in this Oldest visitor attraction.
As we made our way through the trees we came across a few large cut down tree trunks with coins hammered into them. On...More
Lovely walk from the car park through the forest, which had been made into a haunted forest for Halloween! There were information boards throughout the site with details about the area, the natural features and Mother Shipton herself. The audio commentaries at the petrifying well...More