Without question the cave is one of the most historic and mesmerizing, underground locations in Britain. Interestingly, the cave is currently being transformed and is re-opening to the public this Easter.

The cave was first discovered in 1837 and is popular with visitors. Until now the cave has remained mostly unchanged, but the makeover will re-establish this wondrous location as a “must-see” attraction in the South West of England.

The cave itself is a part of the dramatic Cheddar Gorge which, in the 12th century, was described as one of the Four Wonders of England. There is no doubt that visitors will experience a unique and remarkable underground world to be enhanced by modern technology.

It is great to see that entry to Cox’s Cave will continue to be included in the general admission price of a visit to Cheddar Gorge and Caves.

Find out more about Cox’s Cave by visiting:

www.cheddargorge.co.uk