Cheddar Gorge

Rocks at Cheddar Gorge

Important notice -

Our countryside space is open. We ask all visitors to follow government guidance on travel and social distancing to keep everyone safe.

Discover the heights of Somerset's famous Cheddar Gorge

More about this place

The view from the gorge walk

Planning your visit?

Please be aware that the National Trust do not own the caves at Cheddar Gorge or any of the car parking. The village of Cheddar offers an array of shops and cafes to explore. Please note there are no National Trust facilities in the area.

Cheddar Gorge

Things to see and do

Walking along the coast in autumn

Visiting coast and countryside in the South West: what you need to know 

We look forward to welcoming you to the coast and countryside around the South West. We care for beautiful countryside, from Cornwall's sandy beaches to Dorset's heathland, and you can help us to keep them safe and enjoyable by following a few simple guidelines during your visit and observing the Countryside Code.

Cheddar Gorge

Wildlife

Sheep on Cheddar Gorge

Wildlife  

Cheddar Gorge is famous for its herd of feral goats, but this National Trust site has lots more fascinating wildlife to discover.