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I was drawn in by the smell of fresh ground coffee wafting into the street in Liskeard and so glad I followed my nose.
Fascinating venture round the museum in the house and then downstairs to the cafe where I enjoyed one of the best...More
My friend and I decided to visit the photography exhibition that was being held at Stuart house. None of the pieces were titled, or priced, we didn't know the photographer, or what the piece was of. The space was great, but we were followed around...More
An historic building which once hosted Charles 1st now owned and cared for by a trust. Always something new to see as there are constantly changing exhibitions and events. Good coffee shop with home made cakes.
A charming venue in a delightful town. Visited for a photography and art exhibition of the Cornish mine ruins. House and garden lovely. So interesting you can go into the tunnel that used to lead underground to the street. Staff very friendly and full of...More
Charming place with plenty to read about original owners. There was an interesting art exhibition and a room dedicated to a 19th century town architect responsible for the design of numerous buildings in Liskeard, many of which are still standing. There is a cafe and...More
We went to have a look around this beautiful Centre for the first time today and discovered its super tea room which is run by very friendly volunteers who serve excellent beverages and light snacks including soup sandwiches and tea cakes, attached to the tea...More
we needed to catch our Nztional Express coach from Liskeard and we had plenty of time,so we decided to have a walk in Liskeard and we found that this town has very interesting places,as the Stuart House,and some other museums, where you can learn a...More
Interesting old place that houses a small museum,exhibition space, craft shop and cafe. Also, a lovely tranquil garden. Right in the middle of Liskeard and free entry. An excellent place to spend an hour or so of your time.