The caves are located in Abercrave in the Swansea valley. I went here recently, and enjoyed the day.
At first I thought the admission charges were a bit expensive, but you get to see quite a lot for your money.
There are three caves to visit, the Dan yr Ogof cave, a winding cave with beautiful formations accentuated by colourful lighting.
Cathedral cave, a massive cave discovered in 1963 which is brought to life by modern lighting and dramatic music. By the way, if you are looking for somewhere unusual to get married
then why not tie the knot in Cathedral cave?
It is the only cave I know that is licensed to conduct weddings.
The Bone cave is a small cave where 42 skeletons have been discovered, many bones dating back to the Bronze age over 3,000 years ago, animal bones have also been found, the oldest being of deer over 7,000 years old..
Down at the farm house you will find The Shire horse centre which has some of the biggest horses I have ever seen.
An old barn houses Barney Owl,s adventure playground for 6~10 year olds where you will find slides
rope climbs,aerial walkways all under cover
The admission rates allow entry into all 10 of the different attractions on site -.
• Dan-yr-Ogof Showcaves
• Cathedral Cave
• Bone Cave
• Mr Morgan's Farmyard
• Dinosaur Park
• Iron Age Village
• Shire Horse Centre
• Barney Owl's Play Area
• The Millennium Stone Circle
Children £11.50 (ages 3 - 16)
Children aged 2 and under are welcome at no charge
Visa and MasterCard are accepted on site.
The admission rates allow entry into all 10 of the different attractions on site -
We are open 7 days a week from Monday 26th March (2018) until Sunday 4th November (2018).
We open at 10am, with tickets available throughout the day until 3.00pm (3.30pm during the Welsh school holidays) – this is the last entry time into the visitor attraction.
We also open for the February half term week (Wednesday 14th February – Saturday 24th February 2018), and during December for our Father Christmas Experience.OPENING TIMES￼
Travelling from the South (M4)
Leave the motorway at junction 45, and follow the signs for the A4067 North (Pontardawe). You will then see the brown tourist signs for Dan-yr-Ogof Showcaves. Follow these signs all the way up the valley; from the motorway the journey time is approximately 25 minutes.
Travelling from the North
If travelling from the North, head towards Brecon. From Brecon, stay on the A40, travelling in the direction of Llandovery. You should leave the A40 just before Sennybridge (a left turn), looking for the brown tourist sign for Dan-yr-Ogof Showcaves. This takes you on to the A4067; from Sennybridge the journey time is approximately 15 minutes.
Travelling from the East
Head towards Hirwaun, and then take the A465 towards Glynneath. Follow this road down a long hill. At the bottom of the hill turn left (A4109), following the brown tourist signs for Dan-yr-Ogof Showcaves. At the traffic lights go straight ahead, stay on this road (for approximately 10 minutes) until you come to a ‘T’ junction and then turn right. This takes you on to the A4067; from here the journey time is approximately 5 minutes.
Travelling from the West
We recommend you either use the M4 (and follow the directions shown above – ‘Travelling from the South’), or head towards Brecon or Sennybridge (and follow the directions shown above – ‘Travelling from the North’) depending on your starting point.