A wondrous tourist attraction with a natural environment of gorges, ravines, waterfalls, rivers, woodlands and caves. Are you ready to explore?
Located just a stones throw away from the island town of Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, Marble Arch Caves is a wondrous tourist attraction with a natural environment of gorges, ravines, waterfalls, rivers, woodlands and caves. Gaze in awe at the stalagmites and stalactites formed over millions of years.
Underground and above ground, the natural landscape that encompasses the Marble Arch Caves was formed over 34o million years ago. With a vast range of terrain and activities, there’s something for visitors both young and old to enjoy.
Delve deep and discover a subterranean world hidden below the lush green fields of the Fermanagh countryside.
Visitors to the Marble Arch Caves will be guided through the labyrinth of caves as Tour Guides further enhance the visit with engaging stories and interesting facts.
Did you know?
Locals in Marlbank believed the rocks within the caves were marble – they are actually limestone!
Amenities and Facilities
– admission charges apply, see website for pricing information
– opening times vary depending on the season
– please check before visiting as public access may be restricted at certain times
– children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times
– dogs are not permitted unless they are guide/assistance dogs
– limited wheelchair access, see website for further information
– toilets with accessible toilets, and baby changing facilities
– car parking – blue badge parking – coach parking – bicycle stands
– picnic area
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