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Marble Arch Caves

Discover magical moments in one of Europe`s finest show caves. Set in the heart of the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark, the Marble Arch Caves pay homage to the fascinating secrets of a world of subterranean rivers, winding passages, lofty chambers and an array of delicate cave formations.

A carefully constructed path enables you to comfortably traverse the Marble Arch Caves whilst discrete lighting displays the cave features and delicate cave formations to their best. Our  enthusiastic guides will lead you through awe-inspiring passages and further enhance your experience by interpreting the stories of this wonderous show cave.

County Fermanagh is often referred to as the “Lakeland  Paradise” and  features  an abundance of lakes , rivers and  cave systems. It is ironic that our inclement weather provides these swelling rivers and lakes with an abundance of fresh water.

At the Marble Arch Caves we take full advantage of  our rainy days by offering  tailor-made  tours whereby our visitors can experience the show cave as it comes alive with grumbling subterranean sounds,  cascading waters and the boom of torrent rivers as they forge through cave passages.  On a drier day, why not indulge yourself with a tour of the show cave and sit back on a subterranean boat trip as it cruises along a calm tranquil river.  Afterwards, disembark to continue your guided walking  tour through chambers and passages and explore the treasures of the majestic caves. Remember whatever the weather, whether it`s a fun day out, a family trip or an opportunity to explore something new –  you`ll find it here with us!

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  • 5 star ratingGreat day Fantastic day out
    Make sure you book before you go
    Boat wax off as rain was heavy day before
    But the tour was fantastic kids really enjoyed it !! Downside we have forgot the tour guides name he said if we didn’t like it his name is Steven !! Lol
    Defo worth a visit to everyone
    And the forest walk also lovely
    Not to be missed

  • 5 star ratingInteresting & Excellent Guise Highly recommend a visit to the Marble Arch Caves. So interesting, really is amazing to see and learn and to remember geography learnt in school! our guide was excellent.

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  • 5 star ratingGreat place for people of almost all ages Quite frankly a wonderful place to visit. The caves are a very significant part of the local economy and for good reason. The tour guides are very knowledgeable, friendly and approachable. All questions are welcomed. The caves themselves are beautiful and very interesting. Sadly we were not able to enjoy the boat trip that was stopped by the Fermanagh weather. Overall, would recommend.

    John H
  • 5 star ratingGreat day out. Visited yesterday myself husband an daughter an really enjoyed our visit. Our guide CONNOR was excellent answered all our questions an was very helpful an pleasant . we have visited the Park many times an always enjoyed time spent there, loved the Boat Trip Weather was lovely an we enjoyed the Cafe . Thanks again Connor for making our visit so good.

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  • 5 star ratingBest cave tour we've done Fantastic cave tour. By far the longest we've done at 1.5km (open to public) it lasted over an hour and was about £11 each. Tour can be altered as weather can change the caves conditions but we were lucky to get the full tour. Eoin was our guide but we also met two or three others along the way and each one was friendly, funny and v knowledgable about the caves. The little boat trip at the start made the tour. Very enjoyable

  • 5 star ratingVery good cave tour and hike in beautiful virgin Irish forest Our cave guide was Grainna, she was excellent and the cave has lots of examples of various cave features. We went back the next day to hike through the surrounding forest. Ireland has been mostly deforested so this patch of untouched woods was lovely. We toured in early May so the forest floor was carpeted with bluebells. The path is easy to follow and well market but isn't a loop - you go out and retrace your steps back.

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