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Over 20 Fantastic Attractions in
cluded in the one day ticket!
Visit our stunning caves, the largest and most spectacular showcaves in England
Gerry Cottle’s world famous Wookey Hole Circus.
Wookey Circus Show
FREE GOLF included when buying Wookey Hole Day Tickets. Valid on day tickets.
Pirate Adventure Golf
Get ready for an adventure of mammoth proportions – Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs – The 4-D Experience!
The largest indoor attraction in the West!
Fun in The Monster Mill
Creates the impression of a huge colourfully-vaulted crypt.
The Magical Mirror Maze
Bringing cheese back to Wookey Hole, to mature in the cave’s ideal conditions.
Take a journey back in time and discover Wookey throughout the ages.
Marvel at our full size King Kong standing over 30ft high
Indoor fun what ever the weather
Wizards Play Castle
Meet the Famous Witch of Wookey Hole Appearing every school holiday!
Relax in our mystic Fairy Garden with fairies, dragons and elves!
Mystic Fairy Garden
Come and be a Pirate in our canon ball zap zone. Fire balls at your friends, try and dodge the shots!
Pirate Zap Zone
Wookey Hole has the biggest collection of original Edwardian Penny Arcade machines in the country.
Step back in time and wander through our prehistoric landscape inhabited by amazing creatures.
Valley of the Dinosaurs
Visit the fascinating Wookey Hole Victorian hand-made papermill.
Home cooked dishes, sandwiches and cakes, light snacks and refreshments.
Food and Drink
Wookey Hole souvenirs, hand-made paper, collectables and cheese tasting.
We offer various picnic areas throughout the site, including our dinosaur park!
Our woodland walks are situated on site within our valley
Take the virtual tour of the caves and feel the same sense of awe and wonder.
Ever wondered what you would look like upside down and all wibbly wobbly?
The Great Hall
One of the tallest chambers in Wookey Hole. Over 70 feet high, it has stalactites and recently discovered witch markings.
The largest, natural underground dome in the UK. Over 200 feet below ground, with more than 110,000 tonnes of rock overhead