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You'll gind the main part of this mine at the back of Morrison's car park. You go on a guided tour of the site which is so interesting. See the engine beam and the double lift that took men up and down. Walk and look...More
It calls itself a mine which is quite misleading. It's the remnants of an old mine but there is no mine experience which would have given it 5 stars. There was lots of information and the children enjoyed the dressing up. However the front desk...More
Do stop if you are around Redruth: very interesting National Trust site on Cornwall mining past: engine rooms, how tin and copper were extracted... plus there are guides on site extremely knowledgeable and willing to explain and show you around, the guides are truly amazing...More
This is a dual site split by a supermarket. Both parts are impressive in their sheer size showing the scale of mining in the area. Each site has its own character and good explanation exhibits. If you are able it is well worth climbing the...More
I pass this attraction often and used to visit regularly when still teaching but had not been for years! The homework summer project for 6 year old grandson was the perfect opportunity so with two adults and the two boys, the other aged 3, we...More
I visited with my 2 children (aged 9 and 13), and we expected to have a little look round and not be here long. We left after 3 and a half hours! We visited on 'Trevithick Tuesday' and in the boiler room were loads of...More