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Explore the mysteries downunder at Christlehurst Caves
Published: Monday 8th of April 2013
Explore the mysteries beneath your feet at Chrislehurst caves, which will provide courageous visitors with many fascinating things to do in London.
Guests can explore the history of the caves, which were mined by hand for thousands of years.
Tours leave once every hour and will give visitors a chance to learn about the impact that emerging societies have had on the environment.
And if you fancy a bit of a spooky thrill, you may be interested in the upcoming ghost walks that are held towards the end of the month.
These walks are for adults only and feature many scary tales and encounters from beyond the caves.
There is also a gift shop where visitors can pick up weird and wonderful souvenirs to remind them of their visit.
In addition, the attraction includes a cafe and free parking is also available. Tours last around 45 minutes and are held on Wednesdays to Sundays.
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