Tickets on sale from 01 Mar.
Open Saturdays and Sundays
2 Apr - 25 Sep 2022
Tour times (pm)
Online booking only.
Entry by guided tour only.
Tours last approx. 30 minutes.
Each tour is limited to 12 people.
Face masks are highly recommended.
Tickets are only available to book online. Online booking
closes the morning before each tour.
*Children must be accompanied by an adult. Students require valid I.D.
The cave may be closed without warning. We reserve the right to refuse admission.
Filming and commercial photography is prohibited.
For full terms and conditions of visitor photography, see our Visitor Photography Policy.
The cave can be slippery and uneven underfoot. Access includes 21 steps and an incline to be ascended and descended. Visitors are advised to take care, use the handrail provided and wear appropriate, sturdy footwear.
There is no wheelchair or pushchair access.
No pets allowed, except for registered assistance dogs.
Take care as historic sites can be dangerous.
Our Visual Story will help you find your way around Royston Cave. It includes photos and information about the thing you will see and do on your visit.
Our Sensory Map shows all the sights, sounds and smells you might experience during your visit.
Our guides are trained to identify the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower. If you need more time or want something explaining more clearly, do not worry. Our staff are here to help.
Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7BZ
There is no on-site parking.
Royston Cave is a 4 minute walk from Civic Centre Car Park, SG8 7XB.
Royston has frequent train services between London Kings Cross and Cambridge. Royston Cave is an 8 minute walk from the train station.
Our town map shows the location of the car parks, Information Centre and attractions.
Royston Cave has no on-site toilet facilities. Nearby toilets are available as part of our community toilet scheme.
Royston Cave has no on-site parking.
There are six public car parks in Royston.