One for your diaries, as this year’s open days to go underneath Reigate town center into its maze of caves have been announced.

There’s three large sets of caves to explore:

  • An ancient tunnel network dug by the Normans for their castle.
  • A mostly pre-Victorian set of industrial mines.
  • And a smaller set of tunnels now laid out as a museum.

Visits to two of the caves are by tour guides, and the museum is just wander around.

All told, you can easily allow half a day to do the three caves, and entry to all of them is a mere £4.50 per adult.

No booking, just turn up. My personal guidance would be to do the Tunnel Road cave first, as it can have queues, then the Baron’s cave, then the museum.

The caves are open 10am-4pm on the following dates in 2017.

  • Sat 13th May
  • Sat 10th June
  • Sat 8th July
  • Sat 12th August
  • Sat 9th September

A report from my visit in May 2016

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One comment on “Reigate Caves open days announced
  1. Mike Pellatt says:

    In the days when they were a thing, back in the 70’s, there used to be a wine bar down in them. Presumably all closed now.

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