Tickets and Prices

Your Visit Supports Us

Creswell Crags is a journey through time to the Ice Age. A story of resilience, adaptation and creativity.

We strive to make our site, and our stories, as accessible as possible to those who might face barriers. We are a not-for-profit and will keep our costs as low as is sustainable and offer free engagement where we can.

Access to the Visitor Centre, meadow and gorge, and the Crags Edge café is free.  We do charge for parking, our cave tours, and exhibition entry – all purchases go toward the upkeep of our important site and to fulfill our aims as an educational charity.

Please consider supporting us further through Gift Aid.  At a cost of just 10% more to you, Gift Aided purchases enable us to claim back on your donation with the government and make a significant difference to our fundraising.  For more information, visit the Gov.uk website.

Parking

We have a dedicated car park for the museum, visitor centre and easy access to the gorge.  For regular visitors, annual parking passes are available for £15 – please enquire at Reception.

  • Parking for up to 3 hours – £4
  • Parking for a full day – £6 (no overnight parking allowed)

Blue Badge holders with their badge clearly displayed may park for free in the dedicated bays directly outside of the visitor centre.

Museum Exhibition

Explore globally significant fossils, tools and prehistoric art at one of UK’s most important Ice Age sites, right in the warm heart of our community.  Our permanent exhibition will take you through the highlights from the archaeological investigations at Creswell Crags and the wider heritage area.

 

Standard Price

Gift Aid Price

Adult

£3

£3.30

Concession (over 60/student with card)

£2

£2.20

Child (under 16)

Free

Free

 

Cave Tours

All our cave tours can be booked via our website bookings page, which can be found below. If you require any further information or need assistance regarding your cave tour booking, please call our friendly team at 01909720378 or email info@creswell-crags.org.uk.

Life In The Ice Age Tour

Find deeper meaning in the connection between our shared deep past and your own experiences.

This tour takes you into the three main chambers of our largest cave, Robin Hood Cave.  Hear how archaeologists pieced together the fragments from this fascinating time to discover the lives of the Ice Age people and animals that visited many thousands of years before you.

About Booking

We offer two options for all our tours in these times of COVID-19.  You can choose between a Private cave tour, exclusive to your household bubble, or a Public cave tour if you are happy to mix with other households.  The maximum number of people admitted on the Life In The Ice Age Cave Tour is 6.  Social distancing and face coverings are required in the cave and visitor centre (unless exempt).  Tour Terms & Conditions apply

Private: £30 per private group (plus £10 per additional person over 2 people)

Public: £10 per person (minimum booking of 1 person)

Witch Marks Tour

Immerse yourself in the adventure of ancient caves. Then refresh and rejuvenate in the light of our meadow, lake and gorge.

This tour takes you into the first chambers of Robin Hood Cave, where huge numbers of historic protective symbols ("witch marks") were discovered in 2018.  Hear tales of superstition and fear and how the residents of early modern Creswell responded to the caves on their doorstep.

About Booking

We offer two options for all our tours in these times of COVID-19.  You can choose between a Private cave tour, exclusive to your household bubble, or a Public cave tour if you are happy to mix with other households.  The maximum number of people admitted on the Witch Mark Tour is 6.  Social distancing and face coverings are required in the cave and visitor centre (unless exempt).  Tour Terms & Conditions apply

Private: £30 per private group (plus £10 per additional person over 2 people)

Public: £10 per person (minimum booking of 1 person)

Rock Art Tour

Inspire your creative side by immersing yourself in some of the earliest known examples of human-made art in the UK.

This tour takes you into Church Hole, where enigmatic ~13,000-year-old Stone Age engravings were discovered by archaeologists in 2003.  Connect with the creative energy that has been with the human family for many thousands of years and muse on the origin of this early art.

About Booking

We offer two options for all of our tours in these times of COVID-19.  You can choose between a Private cave tour, exclusive to your household bubble, or a Public cave tour if you are happy to mix with other households.  The maximum number of people admitted on the Rock Art Tour is 4.  Social distancing and face bookings are required in the cave and visitor centre (unless exempt).  Tour Terms & Conditions apply

Private: £30 per private group (plus £10 per additional person over 2 people)

Public: £10 per person (minimum booking of 1 person)