Reigate Caves July 16th 2024 – £6.00 per person.

This will be a morning visit and we will advise on the exact time once it is confirmed. You will need to make your own way to Reigate, there is ample parking in the multi storey car park across the road in Bell Street and Priory Park which are both pay and display.

Barrons Main chamber by Laura Brown
Barons’ Cave Main chamber by Laura Brown

The Surrey town of Reigate is well known for its ‘caves’ which riddle the town centre, although these are in fact largely old sand mines. The castle mound overlooking Reigate town centre is composed of soft sandstone and has been mined over several centuries. The castle has long gone but the mound and many of its excavations still remain.

Known locally as the “Reigate Caves”, tours include the Barons’ Cave in the Castle Grounds and the East and West Caverns in Tunnel Road. Your view of Reigate might change once you have experienced what lies beneath your feet!


EASE OF ACCESS – Due to the nature of the caves, they are not well suited to everyone:

The Barons’ Cave has a steep flight of steps at its entrance, as well as steps throughout. As a Scheduled Ancient Monument, the site cannot be modified for easier access.

Tunnel Road East & West also contain stairs, ramps and soft sand floors. However, if you have mobility issues, it is possible to visit much of the East caves by an alternative entrance.

Reigate CavesFully Booked. We will try to book another trip which will be advertised in the mid month update.

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