It is imperative to be well covered to visit the Great Cave, 12°C/53.6°F.
Do not hesitate to consult the reception for a more pleasant stay.
Free parking is available.
Provide a warm clothing even in summer, the temperature is 12°C/53.6°F.
Photos and films are forbidden due to heritage preservation constraints and official regulations.
Yes, there is a cement path which facilitates the use of wheelchairs. For the hearing impaired, a staff member may assist with use of the MAKATON language device. For blind people assistance can be arranged in advance.
Yes, for "Discovery" visits.
Yes, with Visa and Mastercard.
A walk along the Cure river.
No, in order to preserve it at the high level of its archaeological vestiges.
Yes, provided you dress them warmly, for the little ones take your stroller.
Jewels, books, souvenirs, stones and fossils, drinks and snacks.
Tables, green spaces, are available reserved in priority to the visitors of the cave.
Yes, several kilometers away the nearest villages are located: Arcy, Vouzenay, Saint-Moré, Vermenton, Accolay.
No, because of its archaeological character, it is a protected cave. Visits are always guided.