The Rocks will be closed to the public for both walking and climbing on Friday 2nd October, Saturday 3rd October and Sunday 4th October due to filming taking place.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. The actual High Rocks venue will be open as normal on these days for drinks and meals.
The magnificent High Rocks, from which we acquire our name, are steeped in history dating back millions of years. Acres of breathtaking sandstone rocks interlinked with eleven bridges, provide a scenic walk in a tranquil woodland setting. Once a stone age camp, now a National Monument these impressive rocks, which belong to The High Rocks complex, have always been a constant source of wonder.
Admission £5 per person (children under 13 £3).
Anyone under the age of 18 has to be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are valid on the day and time of purchase only for a 2 hour walk around The High Rocks. No re-admission.
Rock climbing by appointment and pre-booking only. £12 per day. Over 18's only. No children allowed to climb. No bouldering or abseiling.
No picnics or BBQs in the Rocks.
No ball games.
No dogs allowed.
SSSI site. Metal detectors and drones not allowed.
No professional photography without written permission.
Opening Days & Times
The Rocks are sometimes closed to the public.
Please email email@example.com or phone to check before making your journey.
Normal conditions and restrictions will remain in place for visitors to the Rocks.
Due to new Government rulings announced on Saturday 19th December, we have made the decision to close for Christmas Day lunch. We will now be closed for the rest of 2020 and will re-open some time in the new year.
We wish all of our customers a Happy Christmas and we hope for a better 2021. We hope you all stay safe and well.