Beer Quarry Caves, Beer, Devon
Beer Quarry Caves is an awe-inspiring underground cavern on the Jurassic Coast, with huge pillars, vaulted roofs and capacious halls created by the quarrying of the famous Beer stone. Beer stone was used in the building of several cathedrals including Exeter and St. Paul’s, and parts of Westminster Abbey and Windsor Castle. Have a guided tour, browse in the museum, take in the nature walk, and find out about the colony of Greater Horseshoe bats who live here. Plenty of parking, no dogs.
Open: End Mar-End Oct daily from 10.00am and throughout October from 10.30pm
T: 01297 680282 Booking advised for bigger groups
All information correct at the time of writing.