Leamington Caves


Useful Information

Location: Off Harrington Sound Rd at the end of Leamington Lane.
Open: closed.
[2010]
Fee: closed.
[2010]
Classification:  Karst cave
Light: bring torch
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History


Description

Leamington Caves is a popular wild cave located off Harrington Sound Rd at the end of Leamington Lane. It is known for beautiful formations, one is called Statue of Liberty. Like all other caves of the island it is connected with the sea and the clear pools contain sea water. The tides are clearly visible in the cave.

It has been visited at least since the 1960s and was developed as a show cave. There must have been underground boat trips once. Many guidebooks mention the cave together with nearby Crystal Cave, which is a show cave with paths and electric light. As far as we know this cave is not open as a show cave any more. It has been closed for several years and there is no hint of a reopening.


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