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Had your fill of man-made London attractions? Visit Chislehurst Caves
Published: Thursday 14th of January 2010
Visitors to the caves will be taken underground on a lamp-lit guided tour and will hear tales of druids, Romans and Saxons.
They will also be able to see the tunnels that were used in the second world war as a shelter - the largest air raid shelter outside of London.
There is a restaurant and gift shop at the caves so visitors can buy trinkets and collectables to remind them of their visit.
The caves can be reached by road, rail and bus. Chislehurst Station can be reached from both Charing Cross and London Bridge stations in the centre of the city.
Posted by Georgina Black
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