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Early Dragon Sailings at King Arthur's Labyrinth for the Summer Holidays
Early Dragon Sailings for the Whitsun and Summer Holidays

2. King Arthur's Labyrinth Early Dragon Sailings

Sat 25 May 2019 to Sun 1 Sep 2019

Available from 25 May - 2 June and 27 July to 1 September 2019. If you're an early riser and enjoy a saving, book one of our Early Dragon Sailings. Boats sail at 10.15am and you save 10% on your admission when you book in advance on line.

Our Early Dragon Sailings will run for the Whitsun holiday (25th May to 2nd June) and the main Summer Holidays from 27th July to 1st September. Enjoy your sailing through the magical veil of an underground waterfall and back to the mists of time.

Buy your tickets for King Arthur's Labyrinth below or buy a Combined Ticket to also visit Lost Legends of the Stone Circle - you will get half price admission to Lost Legends of The Stone Circle plus an extra 10% early dragon saving! You will be able to visit Lost Legends of The Stone Circle after your Early Dragon Sailing.

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Available Tickets for 25 May 2019 10:15 (18 remaining)

Terms

  • Important Information to plan your visit - Please Read

    1. THE TIME YOU BOOK IS THE TIME YOUR ADVENTURE STARTS. PLEASE ARRIVE at the King Arthur's Labyrinth reception 30 MINUTES BEFORE THIS TIME with some personal identification to claim your tickets, to sort out helmets and to prepare for sailing. Please note that our on-site cafe does not open until 10am. 2. If you're running LATE PLEASE PHONE US after 9.30am when someone will be in reception to take your call. We will do our best to RESELL YOUR TICKETS AND TO MOVE YOUR SEATS TO A LATER BOAT WHERE YOU WILL BE CHARGED THE FULL ADMISSION PRICE.The special Early Dragon discount is only available for on line bookings on the 10.15am sailing. On busy days this may be at a considerably later time or not possible at all. In the event that we are not able to resell your tickets, we regret that a refund will not be given as your previously booked seats will have sailed into the Labyrinth empty. Furthermore, in these circumstances, if you wish to sail on a later boat, then new tickets must be purchased for the new sailing time. 3. We regret that we are unable to refund payments for seats which are not claimed on time. 4. Every effort will be made for boats to sail on time. However, the boat may sometimes be delayed for reasons beyond our control. 5. During periods of persistent heavy rain the pathways in the underground caverns occasionally flood which makes it difficult to walk through the Labyrinth. In such weather conditions, we advise that you contact us, in advance of travelling, to ensure that underground trips into the Labyrinth are running. When we have had to close the Labyrinth due to pathway flooding we will either rebook your boat seats or provide you with a full refund for your tickets. 6. In the unlikely event that we are unable to operate the underground trips you will be contacted by telephone, if at all possible, at the earliest opportunity. Your visit will be rearranged or a full refund will be made.

  • Important Information - Please Read

    The Labyrinth adventure is not suitable for those who would have difficulty walking at a steady pace in an underground tunnel in dim lighting. The Labyrinth adventure may not be suitable for very young children. Please read carefully the - Additional Information for Parents, or Guardians, of Young Children below. The temperature underground is cool (10 C, 50 F) whatever the weather. For your own comfort, please wear warm clothing and suitable shoes Paths: The paths underground have no steep slopes and are surfaced with gravel. The surface can be a little uneven and can sometimes be a little muddy in parts. There are two steps down into the boat on boarding and two up on disembarking. Lighting: The tunnels are lit throughout but at a subdued level. Walking Distance: Deep underground, you explore the Labyrinth on foot, a walk of about half a mile, stopping from time to time. Walking Speed: A steady pace which is pre-set and cannot be slowed. Please keep up with the person ahead of you and stay with the group at all times. If you find that you have to travel more slowly, please let your Boatman know and then walk at the back of the group. You can then travel at your own pace and the Boatman will ensure that you do not get lost. However, you may miss the start of some of the presentations. Helmets: Safety legislation insists that you wear the helmet provided at all times. The tunnel roofs are uneven and are low in places but are generally around 6 ft high. Take care not to bang your head Only guide dogs are allowed underground. Guide dog users should consult reception staff about the conditions their dog will encounter underground. Flash photography or the use of personal lights of any sort can spoil the visit for others in your group and are therefore not allowed underground. Smoking is not allowed underground. This is a legal requirement. Misbehaviour of any sort will result in the offender being removed from Company property forthwith without any admission charges being refunded. No person who is considered by employees of the Company to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be allowed on the tour and no refund will be given. The Company reserves the right to claim compensation for any damage to Company property, however caused. There are no toilets underground.

  • Important Information for Parents & Guardians -

    If you are carrying your child, please do not carry them on your back. The tunnels are low in some places and a child on your back would be very vulnerable should you duck to avoid a low roof. By carrying your child in front, you will ensure that its head is always lower than yours. King Arthur's Labyrinth may not be suitable for very young children; please consider this when booking your tickets. If your child gets upset during the visit and makes a noise during the presentations, please move a little way from your group to avoid spoiling their experience. Your guide will assist you where necessary. The rules insist that everyone underground wears a helmet at all times. Sadly we cannot find children's helmets that meet the Health and Safety requirements so they have to make do with adult helmets. In the case of small children, the fit of the helmet can be improved if it is worn over a hat or hood. Push chairs can only be taken as far as the entrance tunnel to the Labyrinth and can be left there while you are underground. There are no Baby changing facilities underground but there are available in both the Ladies and Mens toilets.

  • Important Information when buying a Combined Ticket

    1. As a guide, it is suggested, that you allow 1 hour to enjoy the mythical stories and all of the features contained in Lost Legends of The Stone Circle. 2. Last admissions to Lost Legends of The Stone Circle are at 4.30pm and the attraction closes at 5.30pm. 3. The time you book, is the time of your King Arthur's Labyrinth sailing. You can visit Lost Legends of The Stone Circle either before or after your Labyrinth visit, taking note of the last admissions in 2. above. 4. Your visit to Lost Legends of The Stone Circle must be taken on the same day as you visit King Arthur's Labyrinth. Your ticket is only valid for this date. 5. Lost Legends of The Stone Circle is an open air attraction comprising a simple maze with flat gravel pathways. To access The Stone Circle itself, there is a slight slope up and a slight slope down.