Located in the foothills of the majestic Cuilcagh Mountain, just a short distance from the Island town of Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, the Marble Arch Caves is a must-visit tourist attraction. The breathtaking natural environment of caves, rivers, mountains, ancient woodlands, waterfalls, and gorges offer visitors a range of incredible activities and experiences.
This subterranean wonderland was formed over 340 million years ago and features an array of caves, sinkholes, and subterranean rivers, including the most active river cave in Ireland and the UK - the Marble Arch Caves. On a guided cave tour, visitors can explore the carefully constructed paths that enable them to traverse the caves comfortably. The discrete lighting displays the cave features and delicate formations to their optimum, while the enthusiastic guides interpret the stories of this wonderous show cave, leading visitors through awe-inspiring passages and enhancing their experience.
The natural landscape surrounding the Marble Arch Caves is equally spectacular, with rivers, gorges, waterfalls, mountains, and ancient woodlands providing the perfect backdrop for exploring the area. The Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre is a venue for guided walks, family activities, and events that allow visitors to discover this captivating setting. Explore this breathtaking landscape set in the heart of the Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark and marvel at the beauty of nature.
Visitors to the Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre can enjoy a range of facilities including guided tours and experiences, a visitor information point, a café, exhibition areas, a souvenir shop, WiFi, and free car parking. The Marble Arch Caves promise a magical, unique, and memorable experience for all visitors.