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One of europes major showcaves, discovered in 1833 by michael condon who was quarrying limestone when his crowbar slipped into a crevasse. He removed a few boulders to retrieve the bar, next minute he found himself looking down into a vast network...more
All reviews steep steps our tour guide well worth a visit family run family ticket natural state tour takes nice stop unique experience great visit galtee mountains hidden gem rock formations low key stalactites and stalagmites coloured lights amazing formations
The cave does not look much from the outside but it is fascinating inside. It has some beautiful formations as you progress through the cave and is well worth the visit. The stairs to access the cave is steep and narrow and solid footwear is...More
As you have read in other reviews there are steep steps leading down at the beginning but this is as cave system at the end of the day. Loved the fact that it has remained untouched by the family and it is quite simply a...More
Really enjoyed the visit- not as commercialized as the Aillwee Caves. Its a Family run business and they keep everything as nature intended. Unfortunately its not wheelchair accessible as there are steep steps. It was lovely to hear that there is a mass/concert down in...More
Low-key trip, mam & dad plus the youngest (4) hoping to excite him with his first cave trip. Charming, welcoming & knowledgeable guide - Katie? - hugely enhanced the visit to an enchanting natural wonder. Friendlier & more expansive than Dunmore Caves, more intimate than...More
You must be flexible to go down these caves. The steps are not even and of varying height and the path has varying width if you require 2 persons to help one of your party to go down. Having said that, the guide and the...More
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Hi Jordyn. It is my understanding that the Mitchelstown Caves may not be open on the days you mention. They operate on reduced hours from November to February, though it seems that they open on the weekends during this time... More
Hi Jordyn. It is my understanding that the Mitchelstown Caves may not be open on the days you mention. They operate on reduced hours from November to February, though it seems that they open on the weekends during this time as well as during school holidays. I think it is highly unlikely that they will be open on the days leading up to Christmas Day, though they may be open the weekend before that & the weekend after New Years Day.
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