Morwellham Quay (Devon) Reviews
Description:Step back in time to the historic outdoor museum on the River Tamar, Devon.
Newest Review: ... take the A390 towards Liskerad, take a left after two miles and then it is two miles after Gunnislake Bridge. The attraction itself is a restored port, you are greeted by people dressed up in period costumes, and this instantly puts a smile on your face! You are instantly taken back to the 1860s, you can explore the miner's cottages, walk along the original quayside, and explore the assay's ... more
Customer Morwellham Quay (Devon) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/11/08 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Morwellham Quay in Devon is a very famous South West Museum set in over 200 acres, and has won awards for it's efforts to keep the past alive! The attraction is an evocative Museum teamed with a visitor centre, which is set in the recently designated World Heritage Site. This is also in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is situated only four miles from Tavistock, which is a small place situated about half an hour from Plymouth. Tavistock was the famous historical port, which had mine workings and a whole estate with it, with the lovely river Tamar running alongside it.The scenery will capture your heart, along with cliffs there are rolling ... Read the complete review
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