From 27 March the RIC is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10 – 5.30, Thursday 10-1 and Saturday 9 -12 sharp.Normal admission charges apply.
Royston Cave is an enigma. No records of its age or purpose exist, but it is manmade and contains an extensive range of wall carvings representing the Crucifixion, the Holy Family and several saints including St Katherine, St Laurence and St Christopher. Other carvings are less easily identified and have been interpreted as possible pagan symbols.
Some studies have drawn comparisons with Knights Templar sites. Others point to possible Masonic symbols, that could link it to James I who maintained a hunting lodge at Royston. Some believe the Cave is a spiritual centre where two ley-lines cross.
Whatever your interest, the Cave remains a mystery and a visit to make up your own mind is a must!
Royston Cave is proud to support the Heritage Watch Scheme.
Watch the ITV news report about Heritage Watch and the Cave here.