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Liskeard is an ancient Cornish town with a fantastic museum where you can Learn about local Cornish history. This year explore the use of tin and other minerals in everyday life with the 'Tin, Toys and Tales' exhibition. 'The Plastic Age' by local...more
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Foresters Hall 1 Pike Street | Pike Street, Liskeard PL14 3JE, England
The best museum I have visited for a long time. Spacious, but packed with really interesting exhibits and information. The exhibits explaining the mining processes are the best I 've seen - simple and accurate. Wish we'd had more time to stop, but we'll be...More
Went as a day trip with my 5 year old daughter. The place is fairly compact over 3 floors. A vintage toy room, medical history room, Cornish mine (and gems) and a room on local figures of note. Staff were friendly and inviting and there...More
This is the way museums should be. Small. Intimate. Deeply connected with its location. Clean. Attractive and, best of all informed. The small gift shop is not full of chinese tat. The staff are, without exception, knowledgeable and friendly. Don't just wait for a wet...More
I called into the museum today, it was my first ever visit, I loved it. For a start it was free to get in. There is a lovely gift shop, amazing exhibits including a life size image of the late Frank Beer who was Liskeard's...More
The museum is very small but there is no entrance fee, just a donation box. There's a gift shop, old toy display, gem stone display with magnifier and an eye opening plastics display with information on its effect on wildlife. Worth a visit.
It's a small but well run free local museum. If you are in Liskeard it's definitely worth visiting. The exhibitions change but always have a local theme and there'll usually be something on mining - which used to be so important in the area. The...More
I can't find too much to say about this place as there is not much to say, but you will find it down a side street in the centre of town, behind Webb's Hotel, inside the tourist info.
The staff and very helpful and welcoming,...More
Lovely little museum. It has 3 floors each with a different theme. The museum is run by volunteers and they are all lovely and very passionate about what they do. I loved the exhibition on plastic that washes up on the beach- very eye opening!...More