Head underground and travel back some 400 million years to a time when saber-tooth tigers roamed.
One of Europe’s top prehistoric Stone Age caves, Kents Cavern was once home to magnificent beasts, ancient humans and sabre-toothed tigers.
The caves are great to visit whatever the weather and are at a constant temperature of 14 degrees – thought to be the warmest caves in Britain.
The only way to explore them is by booking onto one of the tours which run throughout the day and see you journey through the cave system by an expert guide who will highlight all the key geological features and describe how the caves have changed through time.
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