Organising a School Visit

A visit to King Arthur’s Labyrinth occupies a little over an hour. A further attraction, Lost Legends of The Stone Circle, also follows a myths and legends theme and can be explored at your own pace. As a guide, it is suggested that approximately 45 minutes are allowed. Further time can be enjoyed visiting the craft studios and small adventure playground. Trips to the neighbouring Corris Mine Explorers can cover 1, 2 and 4 hours.

There are two ways of booking a group into King Arthur’s Labyrinth:

  1. Complete the Schools Booking Form indicating the preferred date and time for your School visit. Email this to us and we will contact you to confirm the availability of your chosen date and time and to answer any questions you may have. Full payment can then be made with either a cheque or a credit card over the telephone.

    Full payment prior to your arrival will ensure that the seats are available until the boat trip departs. It is essential, however that you arrive at least 10 minutes before the trip departs to allow time for your group to be fitted with helmets etc.
  2. If you prefer to pay for your School trip on the day of your visit, you can complete the Schools Booking Form and secure the booking with a £10 deposit. Once we have contacted you to confirm the availability of your chosen date and time, the £10 deposit payment can be made by cheque or by using a credit card over the telephone. School Groups should then arrive 30 minutes before the booked time. If the group has not arrived by then, the seats will be sold if there is a demand for them. We regret that the £10 deposit is not refundable.

    For 2016, the school rates (for groups of 15 or more) are £8 for Adults and £5.35 for Children. Book your 2016 School visit before 31st December and you'll pay 2015 prices! 

The Labyrinth is open from 10am to 5pm each day from the end of March to the end of October.

A school group on their way to the Labyrinth entrance A school group entering the dark tunnels of the Labyrinth The cave where Arthur and his men sleep

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