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Visited here under duress from my wife and really wasn’t my thing. Had to pay to visit and again was less impressed but the volunteering team that run the museum had me and my “I don’t want to do anything” teenagers engaged and enjoying the...More
Manned by senior volunteers who were very knowledgable about the history of seafaring. The museum is small but very informative & interesting. With the added bonus of being able to take our dog in as well
Good place to start your visit to the area and familiarise yourself with the history. Some really unusual exhibits (corrective magnetic bars for compasses you can experiment with, early scooters used by miners, etc). Probably an hour or so for a visit. Very cheap for...More
We popped in here due to the rain on Saturday afternoon, we were right by the harbour hoping to do some crabbing! We were so glad we did.
Very cheap entry at £2 entry for adults and £1 for children, The gentleman on the reception...More
I was up and about early so went for a walk. I have passed this place on dozens of morning walks and thought that one day it would be worth a look in. I am so glad I did this week. Well worth the two...More