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Carnglaze Caverns

St Neot Category For the Family, Nature & Wildlife, Historic Sites
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Carnglaze Caverns is made up of three man-made caverns and offers a great day out for all the family.

The caverns were originally formed as part of a slate quarry. Since 2001, the Rum Cavern (used by the Royal Navy to store rum in WWII) has been turned into an concert venue and artists such as as Embrace and British Sea Power have played there.

There are guided tours available and during the low season visitors are able to go on self-guided tours. Sensible footwear is advised. 



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