Wow, this place is expensive. Staff were very friendly and helpful, but everything was pricey - from the £50 for the family (including a free under 5) entrance, to the expensive cafe where we had sandwiches, to the £5 parking charge. The caves did not take long to get around, even using the audio tour headset. The kids weren't impressed with the Crystal Quest but they liked some of the formations in the caves and had fun exploring. It was fun, but vastly overpriced. We walked up the hill (Jacob's ladder?) and up the tower, and the views were amazing. The museum was interesting but the huge defleshed head at the end was disgusting and a bit scary for children and adults alike. The museum "Cheddar Man" was very friendly and informative. The Gorge bus tour was interesting but short (20 minutes); the man doing audio was very good.
We enjoyed our visit here but think that the price is too high and must prevent alot of people from making the effort to get out there.
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