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Morwellham is an award-winning attraction which forms part of a World Heritage site, featuring historic port, village, copper mine and railway just four miles west of Tavistock and bordering the beautiful River Tamar. Discover this lost world with...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Morwellham Quay | Tavistock, Morwellham PL19 8JL, England
This is just such a great place, a Victorian village frozen in time. The village stores, the school house, the cottages and all the buildings just give you that feeling of being back in time. The Victorian era is my favourite one, so this was...More
Well worth a visit, lovely Pub lunch, chocolate experience was so, so. Please be aware the train ride into the mine is the noisiest, clankiest, frightening journey for dogs. Even our quiet Spaniels and Shih tzu x were petrified! No one warned us!! Very sad...More
Lovely place to visit awesome facilities exhibits and even a ride through a mine saw this place on Edwardian farm didn't disappoint. Only downside and nearly made it a 4 star review was no ♿ parking in lower area or sign saying drop off point...More
Lovely place to visit ,please take mine ride well worth it, my only complaint not enough people in period dress and all the exhibits seemed to be at same time so if chocolate one was on you couldnt see bakery one as on at the...More
Really interesting half day out for all the family. Plenty to do with an historic bent, with a few attractions “shoe-horned” in to make it even more child friendly.
Great if the weather is fine, but perhaps a bit limiting if it is raining. Can’t...More
Tucked away in the Tamar Valley, Morwellham Quay was once a bustling industrial port. While much of the old industrial past is gone, the quay, the Ship Inn, the mine, and the old miners cottages still remain. Step back in time and walk the same...More
Was looking forward to the trip. Unfortunately it appears that it has not been running at at all to its potential. Lots of building material in a lot of places. Dough making was not as advertised. Pub is not a pub, it's just a type...More
I’d recommend booking online to get a discount as if you include mine train it is a bit pricey. But saying that we had a great time so it is worth the money. The staff are all great my 6 year old loved all the...More
We visited here today and I was a little unsure at first what this would be like especially as the Sat Nav took us down plenty of little country lanes. What we found was a great day out. The kids enjoyed the different experiences (chocolate...More
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Yes they do, you will get a wheel chair in most places though there are some steep hills unless you park in the disabled car park which is right inside the centre. Be warned there are houses to go upstairs in that do not... More
Yes they do, you will get a wheel chair in most places though there are some steep hills unless you park in the disabled car park which is right inside the centre. Be warned there are houses to go upstairs in that do not have wheel chair access or lifts. Make sure you ask for a disabled ticket and your reduced carers price ticket.
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