Marble Arch Caves (Enniskillen) Reviews
Description:Marlbank Scenic Loop, Florencecourt, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland BT92 1EW. tel = Tel: +44-1365-348855, ... more
Newest Review: ... from Enniskillen, which will be costly. If you do find a way to get to the Marble Arch Caves, entry is £8 for adults, £5 for children, and there is a whole other range of prices and packages available to cast your eyes over at their website: http://www.marblearchcaves.net/ What can you expect when you enter the "geopark"? You'll be assigned a particular tour group, usually ... more
Customer Marble Arch Caves (Enniskillen) Reviews (2)
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
The Marble Arch Caves make up part of a global geopark, and are located in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland - about 30 minutes from the provincial town of Enniskillen. What makes them special is that they provide from some dramatic underground cavescapes are accessible to the public to boot. Reaching them is not always simple. If travelling by road, google maps should provide better directions than I ever will. If on a tour, then you've nothing to worry about. If relying on public transport - then you may have a problem and be forced into taking a taxi all the way from Enniskillen, which will be costly. If you do find a way to get to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/04, updated on 02/07/04 (Very useful, 1462 readings)
It was a strange kind of day on Saturday. One minute it was raining, the next the sun was splitting the rocks. In fact it even was hail-stoning for a short time. And this was June! I don?t remember June ever being like this when I was small. But on with my review? I was staying in Fermanagh with my boyfriend. He lives there, but to me, it?s a holiday every time I visit. After weeks of saying that I wanted to see the Marble Arch Caves, and getting the response ?Please don?t make me take you there!? from him, I eventually persuaded him that it would be easier to get my trip over and done with, than to listen to me. So when the sun shone for more than fifteen minutes, we .. Read the complete review
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