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12 retired professional men had an interesting visit to the Banwell Bone Cave and the various associated follies- Banwell Tower, the Druids' Temple, the Pebble Summerhouse, the Osteoicon, etc. The archaeological history is fascinating as is the story ablot how and why the Bishop of...More
30 years ago we went with a local history society, about six years ago, we went on Doors Open day. Since that last visit, the site has been transformed and that is going to go on much further. It has caves to climb down into,...More
We had organised a private tour of the Banwell Bone Caves and grounds and the owners couldnt havent been more accommodating. They gave us a real insight into the history into not only the caves but the house and the various follies within the grounds....More
If you are driving through Banwell you only have to blink and you miss it! I'd vaguely heard that this tiny village has its own caves but got to see them for myself on Sunday during their Open Weekend.
The bone cave is filled with...More
Banwell Caves is a great find and is much more than just a cave. It's only open a few days a year, but you can pre-arrange visits by speaking to the Heritage Group - more details on the website.
We just visited on the May...More