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Groups & Hire

Kents Cavern is a unique venue and makes for a memorable experience! Whether you're looking to hold a special occasion, party, wedding or visit us as part of a group, our stunning cave chambers are a perfect location. Check out the pages below to find out some of the packages we have on offer. We're always happy to discuss any ideas you may have so make sure you contact us

Unique Venue

At Kents Cavern we are able to offer unique packages for groups, tour operators and private companies. Head underground to experience our spectacular cave system, which is the most accessible showcave in Britain. We've got around 1km of passages to host fantastic private bookings from weddings, to corporate days out, to filming and media.

GROUP VISITS

A spectacular natural cave based on the idyllic South West Coastline; Kents Cavern is a fantastic place to visit as part of a group trip. An award-winning attraction with a history spanning 385 million years, your group will be treated to an entertaining and interesting day out. For private groups, we can offer a number of different tour packages, catered to suit your group’s needs.

WHAT TO EXPECT for groups and private hires

OPEN ALL YEAR

Kents Cavern is open every day except Christmas Day, and we can accommodate different needs for different groups and hires all day, all year. We will work with you to tailor your visit to your needs.

PARKING

Alongside our large car park, there is also coach parking available at Kents Cavern. Our team can arrange reservation spots for you.

FACILITIES

There’s lots to see and do here. Our visitor centre has lots of facilities to make your visit more enjoyable. Head to the Firestone Kitchen café to try a traditional Devon cream tea. We’ve also got an onsite shop with a wide range of products from Stone Age jewellery, books, collectables, souvenirs, toys and educational items. There are plenty of toilets located either side of the visitor centre.

ACCESSIBILITY

Kents Cavern is one of the most accessible showcaves in Britain. It’s a relatively easy walk with concrete paths, only 9 shallow steps and best of all no stooping!

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