Banwell Bone Caves, Banwell, North Somerset.
- A Walk on August 5, 2017
- Banwell Bone Caves, Banwell, North Somerset
There are two caves. The Bone Cave contains animal bones from the Pleistocene era and has a large hole in the roof thought to have been used as a pitfall trap. The Stalactite Cave is somewhat larger has a deep lake in one of the chambers and was utilized as a show cave during the 19th century. The site also has grottos and follies, bone repository and Banwell Tower which was completed in 1840. We will have a guided tour of the site.
Meet at Banwell Caves, Wells Lane, Banwell, Somerset, BS29 6NA at 2:00 pm and allow three hours for stay. The cost per head is £12 to include tea and home made cakes. The party size is limited to 20 people.
Please contact Keith Stenner for prior booking. [email protected] or Tel: 01275 541512.