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50,000 Years
Visitors for over
Inspiring
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HOME OF THE
ICE AGE HUNTER
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Come face to face
with your past
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Inspiring

Visitors For Over

50,000 Years

In line with the government announcement of new restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 between 5th November and 2nd December 2020, Creswell Crags will be closed to visitors. This includes all on site facilities. The gorge is still accessible via the public bridleway and footpaths, but we do not encourage you to travel to visit our site.

For further information, and to find out how you can support us during this new lockdown, please see our full statement.

The Creswell Crags team will continue to monitor and maintain the site during the lockdown period. We will also continue our digital programme, including online talks and social media and blog posts. However, these will be challenging times: please consider donating to our fundraising campaign or Crowdfunder or shopping for your Christmas gifts via our online shop, which offers a click and collect service by arrangement.

Tour group exploring caves at Creswell Crags

Visit Us FAQs

Your questions answered about your visit to Creswell Crags.

Tour group exploring caves at Creswell Crags

Ice Age Caves

Uncover the secrets of our Ice Age ancestors and the discovery of British Cave Art. 

Building a den at Creswell Crags

Support Us

You can make a difference, find out how.
We are a small independent charity with big ambitions.

Tour group exploring caves at Creswell Crags

Food and Drink

The café will be open for takeaway purchases only and there will be no indoor seating.

Tour group exploring caves at Creswell Crags

Education

Creswell Crags is an inspiring choice for an educational visit!

Conference room for hire

Volunteering

Join the Team. Gain new skills, make new friends and increase your employability within this fantastic setting.

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