Greenhow, PATELEY BRIDGE, Harrogate, HG3 5JL
Discovered by the brothers Mark and William Newbould in 1860, Stump Cross Caverns have been an attraction for visitors since 1863, when one shilling was charged for entrance. Among the few limestone show caves in Britain, these require no special clothing, experience or equipment, as walkways are gravel and concrete and floodlighting is provided. Stalagmites, stalactites and calcite precipitation make for an eerie day out, west of Pateley Bridge.
Tel: 01756 752780
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£7.50 (ch 4-13 £4.50, under 4 free)
Open all year, daily, Mar-end of Nov, then wknds and school hols Dec, Jan, Feb 10-5
Dogs not allowed in cave
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
Ground floor and gardens accessible
On B6265 between Pateley Bridge & Grassington