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Famous Caves in England
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Set in Castleton, Peak Cavern has the largest cave system in the Peak district and the main entrance of the cave is said to be the largest cave entrance in England.
Chislehurst Caves are a series of man-made tunnels beneath the suburbs of the South East London in Bromley that were initially dug as chalks and flint mines.
Three Counties System is a set of interconnected limestone cave systems spanning across the borders of Cumbria, Lancashire, and North Yorkshire in the north of England.
Formed by the action of the stream, Fell Beck that flows from the fringe of the second highest mountain of the Yorkshire Dales, Ingleborough - Gaping Gill is a famous caves in England and one of best underground attractions in Britain.
The Underground Hospital is a part of the Dover Castle that dates back to the 11th Century. Initially used in the Napoleonic times to shelter troops and as an air raid cover during the World War II
Hellfire Caves (also known as West Wycombe Caves) is a labyrinth of man-made chalk and flint caverns in Buckinghamshire, England.
Located in North Yorkshire under Ingleborough in the Chapel-le-Dale valley of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, White Scar Cave is the longest show cave in England running across a length of 6.5 kilometres.
Gough's Cave is a part of the famous Cheddar gorge that is perched on the Mendip hills in Cheddar of Somerset, England. Comprising of a variety of large chambers and rock formations.
Taking its name from the semi-precious mineral 'Blue John', Blue John Cavern in the Peak District is one of the four show caves in Derbyshire, England.
Kent's Cavern is one of the most important stone age sites in Europe and a famous cave system in England.
Clearwell Caves is a natural cave system in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England that was formed by the action of the underground streams around 330 million years ago.
Set in one of the beautiful regions of England that is full of mysteries Wookey Hole Caves in Somerset are a series of limestone caverns that was once used during the paleolithic ages by the humans for around 45,000 years.
Situated in the St. Vincent's rocks, Giants Cave is a part of the Clifton Observatory and Giants Cave in Bristol, England. As the legend has it, Giants Cave was once home to two giants: Goram and Ghyston and hence the name.
Easily accessible, Reigate Caves in the town of Reigate in Surrey is just a short train ride away from London.
Located in the west of the village of Beer, Devon - Beer Quarry Caves is a man-made underground complex that is a main source of England's beer stone used in brewing.